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Chesapeake Bay states sign onto new bay agreement

A new Chesapeake Bay Watershed Agreement was signed Monday, breaking ground on two fronts: For the first time, all seven bay watershed jurisdictions pledged to ...

Beyer's new ad calls for carbon tax

Don Beyer, thebest-funded candidatein the crowded campaign for the seat of retiring Rep. James P. Moran Jr. (D-Va.), released histhird television commercialWednesday, and it focuses ...

Conference speaker says coal's future still looks bright globally

Coal is down but not out in the United States, and its future looks better globally, coal operators and industry operatives were told at the ...

Speaker: Coal is still king in the US

Sure, natural gas is cheaper, but coal is going to be king in the U.S. for many more years.

Work begins in Va. to remove sludge from NC spill

The removal of a 2,500-ton deposit of coal ash in the Dan River from a spill in North Carolina has begun in Danville.

GreenTech Scatters New Seeds

In its five-year existence, GreenTech Automotive has manufactured far more headlines than cars. Now, after a merger with another fledgling auto company, VL Automotive, GreenTech ...

April is car care month in Virginia

Gov. Terry McAuliffe puts state climate panel back in action

James River Coal files for Ch. 11 bankruptcy

Environmental Entrepeneurs See Opportunities in Virginia - See more at: http://www.publicnewsservice.org/index.php?/content/article/38438-1#sthash.LJXsngoQ.dpuf

The latest federal jobs report shows Virginia continues to have one of the lowest unemployment rates in the country, and environmental entrepreneurs say clean energy ...