EPA’s proposed new clean air standards represent a great opportunity to move Kentucky and the nation in very positive direction. Kentucky can be in the forefront of this economic opportunity, and KFTC challenges our elected officials and candidates to end their denial and obstruction and lead us to the clean energy future Kentuckians need and deserve.
The fifth Growing Appalachia gathering offers an opportunity to learn about bio-intensive gardening, renewable energy and much more. The day of workshops takes place on March 8 in Prestonsburg.
Environmental litigation prevails, local coal ash communities to gain some protection
After years of delay, and in response to legal action by national and local public interest groups, the U.S. EPA has agreed to finalize standards to protect the public from exposure to coal ash.
Dust levels in coal mines are routinely under reported, and sometimes fraudently reported, putting miners unnecessarily at risk.