Wind and solar are on the rise.
So why do we need another coal mine?

We don't!
Oppose Bulldog Mine today.

Coal ash victory in Illinois!
But, how does that affect the Middle Fork?

Tell Illinois Gov. Pritzker ...
Dynegy must move its coal ash!

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Ecological responsibility in linkage with social justice is what the world needs now. Healthy earth community requires advocacy and action on urgent environmental issues in ways that connect with struggles for social and economic justice. Eco-Justice envisions and values ecology and justice together, since there will be little environmental health without socio-economic justice, and vice-versa. - Dieter T. Hessel

Welcome to Eco-Justice Collaborative ...

Energy, Climate, Coal ...
And Coal Ash

Resilient and Sustainable

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Natural Climate Solutions

Natural climate solutions, in addition to energy efficiency and energy transformation, are essential if we are to keep the increase in global greenhouse gas emissions from surpassing 1.5ºC

 

What's Happening ...

March 23,, 2020 by Pam Rchart

FEJA: IL Future Energy Jobs Act brings solar downstate

Solar Energy, Clean Energy Jobs Act

February 20,, 2020 by Pam Rchart

ACT: Stop the Bulldog Mine
Sign the Petition!

Illinois Coal, Acton Alert

January 10, 2020 by Pam Richart

Happy Planet: Measuring happiness by wellbeing

Consumerism, Sustainability

January 20, 2020 by Lan Richart

Coal Ash on the Middle Fork: The fight is not over!

Middle Fork, Coal Ash

January 6, 2020 Pam Richart

Trump to Rollback NEPA: Puts climate at risk

Climate, Pipeline, Oil

July 31 by Pam Richart

Coal Ash Bill Signed: Illinois regulates coal ash disposal

Coal Ash, Illinois Coal

December 9, 2019 by Lan Richart

A War Economy: How war affects people and planet

War and Peace, Resilience

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Protect Illinois' National Scenic River!
The Middle Fork of the Vermilion River is one of the most biologically diverse streams in the Midwest, and the centerpiece of a major recreational area in east-central Illinois.  But a proposal before the Illinois EPA could allow 3.3 million cubic yards of toxic coal ash to remain in unlined, leaking pits in the river's floodplain.