Just a few weeks ago, Blankenship walked out of a halfway house after serving his one year sentence. He immediately launched a Tweet storm- blasting regulators, politicians and the government for his prison time and filed an appeal for vindication to...
The Great Barrier Reef is dying, and only politicians can save it.
A billion liters of coal slurry flooded the Athabasca River from a collapsed Obed Mountain mine tailings pond in Alberta in 2013. Now, the province's energy regulator has laid six charges against the company.
A renewable future won't need Leigh Creek, which is a town built on coal mining. We visited to see how the locals are facing the end.
In this excerpt, VICE News correspondent Neha Shastry speaks with Joe Allen, a lifelong resident of the Navajo Nation, who is worried about living near one of the largest and dirtiest coal fired power plants in the country.
Coming soon: VICE News travels to the Navajo Nation to find out how its abundance of coal is affecting the future of the Navajo people.
While Wednesday's explosion was not caused by military conflict in the region, there is dispute over whether the ongoing armed struggle hampered responses in the aftermath.
This week the Federal government approved what is expected to be Australia’s largest coal mining effort. Simultaneously, coal prices are dropping and other Australian mines are closing. Oh, also the reef is dying.