A chaotic coal company bankruptcy last year left a father and son out of work. Months later, they say getting out of the industry was a blessing.
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Incarcerated people are often dispatched to help clean up disaster sites or assigned to work in the industries that fuel climate change.
Local officials and nonprofits are working together to address residents’ safety during the pandemic, which may coincide with hurricane season.
Southern states and utilities are finally starting to reach agreements to clean up coal ash sites — but experts say the TVA lags far behind.
A network of environmentalists has helped more than a dozen counties and cities introduce “rights of nature,” but the movement faces pushback from lawmakers and lobbyists.
Residents say flooding emergencies highlight the urgency of long-overlooked regional needs like infrastructure investment.