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Who Pays for King Coal?
A new study commissioned by Prairie Rivers Network, Sierra Club, Eco-Justice Collaborative, and Faith in Place brings that conventional wisdom into question. More …
Southern Illinois …
The Battleground for Fracking
Recent advances in oil and natural gas extraction, that uses millions of gallons of ground water, known as hydraulic fracking, have turned southern Illinois and its vast resources into a battleground.
But you can help protect this area and those who live here from the hazards of fracking. Comment on rules designed by the Illinois Department of Natural Resources to implement regulations that would allow industrial-scale hydraulic fracturing in Illinois Act now to work for a moratorium or ban …
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