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Big Coal’s sleazy war
Rolling Stone News : June 7, 2012

  Summary:  Recently Appalachian activist Maria Gunnoe traveled to the nation’s capital where she spoke out against environmentally destructive coal mining activity in southern Appalachia. One of the most well-known mountaintop removal activists and a Goldman Prize winner, Gunnoe was not prepared to be escorted out of the room for showing an image of a five-year-old Kentucky girl bathing in orange water polluted with arsenic and other heavy metals.

Earthjustice recently launched a campaign against mountaintop removal, called Mountain Heroes, which gives the public a chance to speak out about ending mountaintop removal. Maria Gunnoe is featured as a hero in the MTR campaign for her courageous and relentless fight against mountain top removal coal mining and for standing up to the industry in the face of its desperate accusations in an attempt to silence her. “I work with many children throughout southern Appalachia, and I’m not going to let this be defined as anything but what it is—obscene,” she said. “What’s most obscene is the idea of a little girl bathing in poisoned water. But that’s what’s happening in southern Appalachia, and people need to know about it. And we need to stop it.”

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Death Valley road to stay closed to public
Los Angeles Times : June 7, 2012
EPA allows some states to use emissions trading in cross-state rule to reduce haze
Bloomberg BNA : June 5, 2012
Deal reached for tracking Sierra Nevada wildlife
San Francisco Chronicle : June 4, 2012
Kentucky Power abandons plan to upgrade aging coal-burning plant : May 30, 2012
Editorial: Where's the EPA?
The Gainesville Sun : May 29, 2012
Navy Sonar Permit at Issue
Cape Cod Times : May 29, 2012
For WA Oil Refineries, What Qualifies as Air Pollution?
San Juan Islander : May 24, 2012
Decision requiring greenhouse-gas curbs at Ferndale refineries appealed
The Bellingham Herald : May 24, 2012
Feds again smack down plan to pipe water from Wyoming to Colorado
Denver Post : May 18, 2012