Brian is Campaign Associate at Greenpeace's Climate & Energy Campaign.
UPDATE: Facebook and Yelp have announced that they too are moving on from ALEC. On Tuesday, Facebook said: “While we have tried to work within ALEC to bring ...On September 22, 2014 / By Brian Johnson
The North Carolina legislature’s weak bill on coal ash has stalled, putting on hold legislation that would have failed to protect residents from the dangers of coal ash. ...On August 11, 2014 / By Brian Johnson
UPDATE: North Carolina’s Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has declared that Dan River is now safe for recreational use. Local news station ABC11-WTVD is questioning the announcement, after ...On July 24, 2014 / By Brian Johnson
A very important bill is sailing through the North Carolina Senate. Only four months following Duke’s massive coal ash spill at Dan River plant, S729 is the senate’s ...On June 24, 2014 / By Brian Johnson
It’s been a long time coming. But for the first time in a while, Duke has been turned down by a regulator. On Wednesday, Duke submitted its plan ...On March 15, 2014 / By Brian Johnson
With a federal investigation under way, Duke Energy might have thought the worst was over following its coal ash spill at Dan River plant. But the past seven ...On March 7, 2014 / By Brian Johnson
After the third-largest coal ash spill in U.S. history, and in the midst of a federal criminal investigation, you’d think executives at Duke Energy would be getting ready ...On February 20, 2014 / By Brian Johnson
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