Coal company again submitting false reports
A coalition of citizens groups late Friday filed a motion to intervene in a state enforcement action against Frasure Creek Mining for again violating the Clean Water Act at its coal mining operations in eastern Kentucky. Last November, the groups identified thousands of instances where Frasure Creek had falsified water pollution discharge monitoring reports and sent the company a notice of their intent to sue
Tenth year to recognize importance of mountains to Kentucky
The annual I Love Mountains Day march and rally will lift up the importance of the mountains for all of Kentucky while pushing lawmakers to support clean energy jobs and end the destruction from extreme forms of energy extraction.
Eastern Kentuckians encouraged by White House’s proposed investment for economic transition in Central Appalachia
Eastern Kentuckians working for a just transition to a more sustainable economy were pleased to hear this morning’s announcement that President Obama’s federal budget proposal includes increased funding that would be available for Central Appalachian transition.
Oil and gas "land men" offering rotten deals to Kentucky landowners, the author explains.
In Kentucky, the wealthiest residents pay the lowest overall state and local tax rate as documented in a new edition of a study by the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy.