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A new report by Public Citizen shows that Ohio consumers will see lower electricity bills under the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s plan to cut carbon pollution.
In June 2014, the EPA introduced a proposal to curb carbon pollution from existing power plants, a critical step to address climate change in the U.S. The proposal, dubbed the Clean Power Plan, asks each state to design its own strategy to achieve carbon reduction targets by 2030 and is expected to be finalized by August 2015.
The EPA rule will require Ohio to reduce its carbon pollution by 29 percent by 2030. The Clean Power Plan presents a great... read more
The Center for Rural Strategies has produced numerous news stories and opinion pieces on the transition away from extractive energy in Appalachia. This booklet is a compilation of these stories.
The Center for Rural Strategies hosts the National Rural Assembly. Can you provide some history about the National Rural Assembly and tell us about this year’s gathering?
The Center for Rural Strategies was founded in 2001 in Whitesburg, Kentucky, a small town in the Appalachian coalfields. Rural Strategies seeks to improve economic and social conditions for communities in the countryside and around the world through the creative and innovative use of media and communications. By presenting accurate and compelling portraits of rural lives and cultures, we work to... read more
Across the country, local and regional agencies are finding new ways of building resilience through their day-to-day decisions. By applying a new lens to not only disaster recovery but also to planning, zoning, capital investment, lending, and other routine services, they are making their communities better able to withstand and bounce back from natural disasters and the impacts of climate change.