Headed Back Down Those Country Roads

Richardson, Jeremy
July 2012
Catalyst (1539-3410);Summer2012, p14
The article offers the author's insights on providing coal producing states cleaner and greener environment. The author states that with the help of the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS), he was able to research opportunities for economic diversification in West Virginia. He mentions that one of the projects is JOBS Project, which help support renewable energy markets, train workers in renewable energy technologies, and educate residence on energy efficiency.


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