A People’s Movement Takes Widespread Action on Climate Around the Southeast and Nation Today

This post is part of the “Prelude to Paris” series highlighting updates and analysis on international climate negotiations in the lead up to the United Nations climate change conference – the 21st Conference of the Parties (COP 21) — to be held in Paris this December. Other posts in the series are available here. Today, nearly […]

As NC Falters, Local Governments Support Coal Ash Cleanup

This guest post — written by Amy Adams, North Carolina Campaign Coordinator for Appalachian Voices –originally appeared on the Front Porch blog on June 20, 2014 and can be viewed here.  Last week, the North Carolina Senate introduced a coal ash bill that would require Duke Energy to clean up coal ash at only four […]