The Alliance for Appalachia along with Common Ground on the Hill, Walkabout Clearwater Coffeehouse, Austin Sanctuary Network, Union Church, Eighth Step, Highlander Center, WhyHunger, and Woody Guthrie Center would like to invite you to an online concert with John McCutcheon […]
Across the nation, we are experiencing the impact of coal’s decline and while we work towards transitioning to a cleaner, healthier future for our communities we will also have to grapple with how to repair the immense damage left behind. […]
When our members first came together almost 15 years ago, it was to partner on goals that no one group could tackle alone, like ending mountaintop removal and traveling to DC to take direct action. Since then, we have continued […]
Update – Link to the recorded forum People living in Appalachia are visionary, innovative, creative, and passionate about building a future where everyone can survive and thrive. And yet, we’re suffering from the cumulative impacts of poverty, pollution, neglected infrastructure, […]
Over 100 organizations, including the Alliance for Appalachia and several of our members, have added our names to a sign-on letter urging House Leadership to prioritize several bills that would aid coal-impacted communities across America. These bills have stalled in Congress, despite bipartisan support and an urgent need for
Last week, the House Committee on Natural Resources held a press conference to announce the introduction of the Environmental Justice for All Act. The Environmental Justice for All Act creates a Federal Energy Transition Economic Development Assistance Fund – paid for through new fees on oil, gas and coal companies – to support communities and workers as they transition away from greenhouse gas-dependent economies...