Posts Tagged with "gfc"

Appalachian Journey: A Supporter’s Perspective, by Sue Thompson

Tuesday, October 6, 2009


I recently went on a trip with two awesome people from Rainforest Action Network, Branden Barber and Debra Erenberg, to visit Appalachia country in West Virginia.  The purpose of the trip was to see first hand what’s happening with mountaintop removal (MTR) due to the affects of coal strip mining.  Its one thing to read [...]

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Ground Zero is No Joke – impressions from Appalachia’s struggle against King Coal

Tuesday, September 8, 2009


Finding your way to Climate Ground Zero is easy if you know where you’re going.  Well, even then I’ve learned that Google will lead me astray from time to time. But in terms of what CGZ is, well, I thought I knew. I didn’t have a clue. Well, maybe that’s unfair. I knew what was [...]

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No more ‘No New Coal’?

Thursday, November 13, 2008


Thanks to the good work of the Sierra Club and a large coalition of western and Utah organizations, the phrase ‘No New Coal’ may have gone WAY out of style today. The Environmental Appeals Board of the EPA just ruled that the EPA has the authority to establish a Best Available Control Technology (BACT) limit [...]

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Protesters Hijack Dominion Chief’s Slide Show

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

0 Comments September 24, 2008 Protesters Hijack Dominion Chief’s Slide Show by Amy Biegelsen Protestors digitally hijacked a presentation that Dominion Resources’ chief executive, Thomas F. Farrell II, gave last week, voicing their opposition to his company’s new coal-fired power plant in Wise County. At a Bank of America investors’ conference Sept. 15, held in the [...]

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