by Katie Valentine Mar 16, 2016
A World Heritage site could soon sit just over eight miles south of two huge coal plants.
by Joe Romm Feb 29, 2016
Since China peaked in coal use in 2013, they have been waging a fierce war against the dirtiest fossil fuel. Recently, they announced even stronger anti-coal policies.
by Nicole Gentile - Guest Contributor Feb 16, 2016
Alpha Natural Resources is one of the four largest coal companies in the U.S. and filed for bankruptcy last year.
by Samantha Page Feb 11, 2016
There are now bills in both chambers that would stop new offshore drilling and fossil fuel extraction on public lands.
by Ian Millhiser Feb 9, 2016
The order casts a cloud of doubt over whether the United States of America is capable of taking steps needed to mitigate climate change.
by Katie Valentine Feb 4, 2016
Coal is dying, but new efforts seek to get coal miners back to work.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Feb 2, 2016
“I think the greatest thing the coal industry can get -- won’t make them happy -- but to get some acknowledgement that the industry is in sharp decline.”
by Joe Romm Jan 27, 2016
The International Energy Agency projects that “Driven by continued policy support, renewables account for half of additional global generation, overtaking coal around 2030 to become the largest power source.”
by Jenny Rowland -- Guest Contributor Jan 15, 2016
The announcement is big news for environmentalists -- and for American taxpayers.
by Joe Romm Jan 14, 2016
"Peak coal is coming sooner than expected," as Goldman Sachs told its clients recently.