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2012 Staff

BELOW THE SURFACE: Born into Coal

BELOW THE SURFACE: Of the Land

BELOW THE SURFACE: From Coal Towns to Ghost Towns

BELOW THE SURFACE: The Cost of Mining

IN THE AIR: If I Don’t Speak

IN THE AIR: The Cost of Burning Coal

IN THE AIR: Wyoming to Chicago

IN THE AIR: Pollution Travels

CLOSE TO HOME: Coal & You

CLOSE TO HOME: Coal in Context

FROM 30,000 FEET: It’s All the Same

FROM 30,000 FEET: World of Coal

FROM 30,000 FEET: Why We Can’t Break Up

FROM 30,000 FEET: The future of “clean coal”

2011 Staff editorial

2011 Staff

ON THE EDGE: Spilling Over

BLACKOUT ON THE HILL: Washington’s Big Sleep

BLACKOUT ON THE HILL: Meet the Players

ON THE EDGE: Unnatural disaster

NUCLEAR PROPERTIES: Splitting Main Street

NUCLEAR PROPERTIES: The Towering Question

NUCLEAR PROPERTIES: U.S. Nuclear Power Reactors

NUCLEAR PROPERTIES: Leaks at Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant

MANUFACTURING CHANGE: Power play: story of a startup

MANUFACTURING CHANGE: Renewable Industry

MANUFACTURING CHANGE: Solar, thermal combined

MANUFACTURING CHANGE: What is a green job?

THE POWER OF WATER: Energy’s drain on water

2010 Team

CLIMATE REFUGEES: Alaskan village stands on leading edge of climate change

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