The U.S. coal industry is going down the crapper, and even Dale Earnhardt Jr. can’t save it.
Local organizers are building big coalitions to keep the region from becoming a massive transfer station for toxic coal exports.
The fate of the U.S. coal industry hinges on its ability to increase exports to China and India. If activists can quash coal export terminals, they can hobble the coal industry.
A new report looks at which of the biggest banks in the country provide the most financial support for the coal industry.
Every week brings a new story about coal’s decline in America. Here are two from last week.
Activists forced ATM users to think twice about what they were really supporting by banking with Bank of America.
Mitt Romney might be the country’s No. 1 brownwasher, trying to cover up past greenery and blend in with the GOP crowd.
A new paper proposes that we buy up coal deposits in countries around the world to keep them from being exploited. It’s fascinating strategy, but could it work?
Is it important for U.S activists to fight coal exports? Damn straight it is.