A publication of Appalachian Voices


A publication of Appalachian Voices

The Appalachian Voice


Federal and State Agencies Consider New Water Permits for Controversial Pipelines

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Critics of the Mountain Valley Pipeline are calling on Virginia to deny a Clean Water Act certification for MVP. The pipeline’s proposed extension, MVP Southgate, faces several hurdles.

Clean Energy That Leaves No One Behind

The Friends of Buckingham in Union Hill, Va., were one of many groups opposed to the Atlantic Coast Pipeline. Photo by Lara Mack

Listen in on a conversation about the importance of equity in clean energy with Appalachian Voices’ Deputy Executive Director Kate Boyle.

Solar, Environmental Justice and Utility Reform in Virginia

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Appalachian Voices and our partners are advocating for several key environmental and energy reforms in the Virginia legislature in 2020.

A Notice to Readers

From 2020 to the foreseeable future, The Appalachian Voice will be published on a quarterly schedule instead of bimonthly.

Come See Us in Durham!

Appalachian Voices is setting up shop in the North Carolina Triangle to better advance our region’s interests in the state legislature.

Advocating for Abandoned Mine Cleanup Bills

Appalachian Voices and our partners are working to make sure that legislation is passed this year to address the urgent problem of reclaiming abandoned mine lands.

Now Hiring!

We are seeking a Field Coordinator based in our Norton, Va., office to work with our New Economy team in Southwest Virginia.

No Rate Hikes for Dirty Energy!

Show up to a public hearing or email North Carolina regulators and tell them to stop Duke Energy’s latest rate hike!

Solarize Southwest Virginia

The Solar Workgroup of Southwest Virginia is offering a program to help residents of eight localities see if solar makes financial sense for them and to help them save money on installations.

Celebrating a Coal Ash Win in N.C.

We celebrated a major victory alongside residents living near Duke Energy’s North Carolina coal ash pits in January when the state ordered the monopoly utility to clean up their mess.

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