In coal-dependent West Virginia, a transition plan takes shape
More than 14,000 coal jobs at risk, but neighbors Maryland and Virginia pushing hard to attract renewable industries
(George Barker is a journalism/CS major at Northeastern University. He’s worked for the Harvard Business Review and as campus and sports editor for The Huntington News.)
BOSTON (Callaway Climate Insights) — Every five years in West Virginia (the state that produced the second most coal in the U…
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