A new analysis released December 5 by the Environmental Integrity Project, a watchdog group, concluded that over the past decade, 40 states reduced the workforce of their environmental agencies and 30 states cut their pollution control agency’s budget.
- – Virginia Mercury – 12/5/19
- – Kallanish Energy – 12/2/19
- – WDBJ7 News – 11/28/19
- – The Progressive Pulse – 11/21/19
- – WHSV News – 11/20/19
This is the first in a series of periodic profiles of programs and activities that seek to protect, enrich and restore the natural resources of the Allegheny-Blue Ridge region.
The damage to the ecosystems of the central Appalachian region from coal mining and the absence too often of successful reclamation has long been a blight on much of the Appalachian region.
- – The Progressive Pulse – 11/8/19
Initial analysis of the November 5 state legislative election results in Virginia suggest that the General Assembly that takes office in January will be more favorable to conservation-minded issues. A good number of the newly elected members are on record as being against the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and favorable to conservation positions taken by many of ABRA’s members.
- – NBC29 News – 11/4/19