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River Enthusiast Joins the Appalachian Voices Board
Much of Dan’s work involves pulling data about mine transfers, bonding and environmental violations from public sources, and aggregating it in an understandable and manageable way.
Appalachian Voices Executive Director Tom Cormons speaks on the recent coal ash victory in North Carolina and efforts to bring about a nationwide economic transition for coal communities.
Appalachian Voices and our partners are advocating for several key environmental and energy reforms in the Virginia legislature in 2020.
From 2020 to the foreseeable future, The Appalachian Voice will be published on a quarterly schedule instead of bimonthly.
A profile on Appalachian Voices member and Voice distributor Tom McIntosh.
Appalachian Voices is setting up shop in the North Carolina Triangle to better advance our region's interests in the state legislature.
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.
We are seeking a Field Coordinator based in our Norton, Va., office to work with our New Economy team in Southwest Virginia.
Show up to a public hearing or email North Carolina regulators and tell them to stop Duke Energy's latest rate hike!
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.
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.
We are pleased to welcome Bill Bailey and John Dezember to Appalachian Voices' Board of Directors!
Appalachian Voices' Executive Director Tom Cormons speaks on overcoming barriers to clean energy in our region.
A beekeeper working for the good of the whole.