Faith Panel Discusses Issues at MOV Climate Action Meeting

Faith panel discusses issues at Mid-Ohio Valley Climate Action meeting Sep 22, 2018 From staff reports   PARKERSBURG — Five local faith leaders described their denominations’ call for responsible stewardship of the earth 15 days after Hurricane… Read More

Wind Power Not More Expensive

Wind power not more expensive Sep 23, 2018 Parkersburg News and Sentinel, Patrick Radcliff Wood County Delegate Deem recently criticized the WV Public Service Commission for approving the purchase of wind power from an Indiana wind farm by… Read More

Exxon, Shell and climate change

Sep 23, 2018 Parkersburg News and Sentinel, Eric Engle Benjamin Franta, a former research fellow at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, and doctoral candidate at Stanford University where… Read More

Why Not Turn to Wind?

Why not turn to wind? Sep 16, 2018 Parkersburg News and Sentinel Wayne Dunn After reading Del. Frank Deem’s letter “Why turn to wind?” I felt very concerned for West Virginia for having elected officials so out of… Read More

Mid-Ohio Valley Climate Action launches PSA contest

Parkersburg News & Sentinel Sep 3, 2018 PARKERSBURG — Mid-Ohio Valley Climate Action has organized a contest for students to develop a public service announcement about climate change. The environmental advocacy group is encouraging high school and college… Read More

It’s Time to Act on Climate Change

Daily News Opinion  September 6, 2018 Mark Reynolds – Those of us who understand the existential threat posed by climate change have been waiting for the “Pearl Harbor moment” that galvanizes people and politicians alike into taking action… Read More

WV needs lawmakers to adopt pro-growth solar strategy

Charleston Gazette-Mail Editorial September 6, 2018 Autumn Long- Last week in the Charleston Gazette-Mail, your editorial posed a question: “If renewable energy catches up faster than expected, is WV ready to benefit?” The answer: Not yet — but… Read More