by Mary Ellen Kustin -- Guest Contributor & Jenny Rowland -- Guest Contributor Jun 24, 2016
Big changes are in store for the government's coal program.
by Carimah Townes & Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jun 16, 2016
“I feel like most Americans, if they knew what the conditions were, would be absolutely appalled.”
by Joe Romm Jun 13, 2016
A new Bloomberg New Energy Finance study concludes that “coal and gas will begin their terminal decline in less than a decade.” Renewables, on the other hand, are on the rise.
by Natasha Geiling Jun 8, 2016
As railcars carrying Bakken crude burn in Oregon, fossil fuel companies are redoubling their efforts to build some of the largest oil and coal infrastructure in the country.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jun 1, 2016
An estimated 147 gigawatts of renewable power capacity was added in 2015, the largest annual increase ever.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso May 18, 2016
Executives for Peabody Energy, Arch Coal, and Alpha Natural Resources got compensation increases worth millions of dollars as the companies went into massive debt and bankruptcy.
by Samantha Page May 16, 2016
The movement was part of a worldwide effort. Across the globe, tens of thousands of people participated in all six inhabited continents.
by Emily Atkin May 12, 2016
Sanders unarguably is more anti-coal than Clinton. So what gives?
by Ryan Koronowski May 11, 2016
He told West Virginians that he will make sure the state “mines more coal … than has ever been mined before.”
by Natasha Geiling May 11, 2016
Five years ago, there were six proposed coal export terminals in the Pacific Northwest. Now, only one remains.