Nearly three weeks after a chemical spill from Freedom Industries dumped 4-Methylcyclohexane Methanol into West Virginia’s water sources, experts find formaldehyde in the drinking water. After testing tap water ...On January 30, 2014 / By Cassady Sharp
On January 9th, Freedom Industries, a company that stores chemicals for the coal industry, spilled 7,500 gallons of Crude Methylcyclohexanemethanol (MCHM), a little known, little understood compound into ...On January 21, 2014 / By Jesse Coleman
Originally posted to Grist A state of emergency has been declared in West Virginia following a spill into the Elk River of a chemical used to treat coal ...On January 10, 2014 / By Joe Smyth
Our leaders appear mum on the issue, yet the majority of Americans now think climate change is worsening extreme weather events such as the record-breaking heat and hazardous ...On October 11, 2012 / By Jesse Coleman
Published on Thursday, June 11, 2009 by CommonDreams.org By Harvey Wasserman As the prospective price of new reactors continues to soar, and as the first “new generation” construction ...On June 11, 2009 / By greenpeace_guest_blogger
Investigations Brief The America’s Power campaign, funded by the coal and electricity industry, promotes coal as our country’s solution to energy independence. They do this through the lens ...On September 11, 2008 / By janthonywdc
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