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Climate Actions Underway Worldwide for Final Days of Break Free 2016
'Climate change is a global problem, and we need global resistance to make sure fossil fuels remain in the ground'
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First Nation Wins Historic Victory Over Mammoth Coal Export Terminal
US Army Corps of Engineers denies permit for proposed Cherry Point terminal, which would have been the largest in North America
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From Philly to Australia, People Rise Up Against 'Fossil Fuel Dinosaur Economy'
Demonstrators laid their bodies down and raised their voices up to demand a just transition to renewable energy
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10,000 Filipinos Demand Government 'Break Free' from Coal
'We are facing a planetary emergency. Now more than ever, we need leaders who are pro-people and pro-environment, not pro-coal and pro-climate change.'
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"Nature Won't Wait": Break Free 2016 Begins with UK Coal Mine Occupation
The action in Wales marks the start of Break Free 2016, an international civil disobedience campaign spanning six continents
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Backtracking on Clean Energy, Clinton Turns Chameleon on Coal
Democratic frontrunner accused of flip-flopping on fossil fuels after she is confronted by protests in coal country
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Rejection of Montana Coal Train a 'Big Win' for Ranchers and Environmentalists
Federal board sides with grassroots opposition to Arch Coal's Tongue River Railroad project
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'The Biggest Coal Giant Has Fallen': Peabody Files for Bankruptcy
Activists say bankruptcy highlights need to transition away from fossil fuels
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'Ruthless' Coal Baron Don Blankenship Gets Maximum Sentence for 2010 Blast
Rights group says sentencing should usher in 'new day' of accountability for executives
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With Coal Crashing, Will Polluted Communities Be Left Holding the Bag?
Federal law requires coal companies to clean up and reclaim toxic mining sites. But what happens when a coal company's gone bankrupt?
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