Coal

Instagram

Instagram Users Are Flocking to This Beautiful Chemical Waste Dump in Siberia

A polluted lake in the Siberian town of Novosibirsk has become a popular Russian social media destination.
Sarah Emerson
7.11.19
climate change

Canadian Universities Are Way Behind on Fossil Fuel Divestment

US, EU, and Australian institutions have made massive commitments while their Canadian counterparts remain loyal to oil companies.
Bronwen Tucker
3.15.18
climate change

Trump Is Quietly Surrendering to China on Climate Change

The president's climate inaction has frustrated the world, and allowed an economic rival to gain more power and influence.
Geoff Dembicki
11.7.17
Appalachia

Don't Call Appalachia 'Trump Country' Just Yet

The famously downtrodden, heavily white region fell hard for Donald Trump. Will he deliver?
Mason Adams
4.19.17
VICELAND

In Cash-Strapped Coal Country, a Baseball Rivalry Prevails

Tonight on 'VICE World of Sports,' we head to an impoverished part of Appalachia for a look at two communities that are struggling to make ends meet—but keeping a burning baseball rivalry alive.
VICE Staff
3.30.17
THUMBS

Hey: Which of These Thumbs Up Is The Least Convincing?

Have any of these people ever popped a thumbs up in their life?
Joel Golby
2.17.17
climate change

Hmm, Could Australia's Recent Apocalyptic Weather Be a Sign of Climate Change?

Floods in WA, raging bushfires in NSW—it's just a taste of things to come, according to climate scientists.
Katherine Gillespie
2.13.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Trump Has Tapped Rick Perry for Energy Secretary

Perry may now wind up leading an agency he said he wanted to get rid of during his 2012 presidential bid.
River Donaghey
12.13.16
News

What the Future Looks Like with a Climate Change Denier in the White House

Short answer: It looks bad. But what's the long answer?
Mike Pearl
11.10.16
Stuff

Coal Dreams: In Struggling Cape Breton They Still Dream of Returning to ‘The Pit’

"I don't want that to sound mean, but we are desperate."
Katie Toth
10.20.16
News

What We Know About the Murder of a West Virginia Coal Magnate

The executive who publicly wept after 12 miners were killed at one of his plants in 2006 was found shot to death near his wife's grave.
Allie Conti
5.25.16
News

Protesters in Kayaks Shut Down the World's Largest Coal Port This Weekend

The Sunday protest planned to block Newcastle harbor with a flotilla of around 100 kayaks and a few hundred people, but they got around 200 kayaks and 2,000 people.
Nat Kassel
5.9.16
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