Mid-Ohio Valley Climate Action holds shoe strike

By Hannah Stutler Published: Jul. 25, 2020 at 6:58 PM EDT|Updated: Jul. 25, 2020 at 7:34 PM EDT PARKERSBURG, W.Va (WTAP) – If you drove past Parkersburg City Park on Saturday, you may have noticed the nearly four… Read More

Do You Want Oil and Gas Waste in Your Water?

Robin Blakeman Jul 23, 2020 Hoots and Hollers If the answer to the title question is “no!” then please register to attend the Peoples Hearing on August 27th Why is this necessary? A virtual hearing hosted by USACE… Read More

A Shoe Strike for Climate Justice

July 21, 2020   Press Release (written and submitted by Adeline Bailey) Appearing in Clutch MOV (on-line magazine):   The Mid-Ohio Valley Climate Action group is hosting a Shoe Strike this Saturday, July 25th at Parkersburg City Park. A… Read More

Mid-Ohio Valley Climate Action announces online series of seminars

The Parkersburg News and Sentinel: Community News Jul 16, 2020 PARKERSBURG — While Mid-Ohio Valley Climate Action has suspended its Third Thursday programs because of the pandemic, the group has several upcoming opportunities that don’t require in-person meetings…. Read More

Teaching kids to care about the world we all live in

Appearing in The Marietta Times Editorials Jul 15, 2020 It is never too early to start thinking about ways to do better for our environment. In Williamstown, officials found a way to rope in local elementary students in… Read More

Frack Waste Barges: Another Threat to Ohio River Valley Residents’ Drinking Water Supply

Randi Pokladnik Jul 14, 2020 Hoots and Hollers The 981-mile Ohio River is notoriously one of the most polluted rivers in the nation according to the U.S. EPA. The river supplies drinking water to more than five million… Read More

New opportunities to take Climate Action safely with MOVCA

Neighborhood News Jul 14, 2020 Marietta Times PARKERSBURG – Since large in-person gatherings indoors are not advisable during this time of COVID-19, Mid-Ohio Valley Climate Action’s usual Third Thursday programs have been suspended until public programs are safe… Read More

Weigh benefits of proposed cracker

Letter to the Editor The Times Leader Jul 11, 2020 by Aaron Dunbar I live in a small town in southeast Ohio, about a half hour away from Parkersburg, West Virginia. I remember being beyond excited to learn… Read More

Time to rethink priorities

Letters to the editor Jul 11, 2020 Parkersburg News & Sentinel by Aaron Dunbar “Energy key to economic recovery,” claims a report in the July 5 edition of the News and Sentinel. Wally Kandel, co-founder of Shale Crescent… Read More

More common sense needed on fossil fuels

Column Jul 11, 2020 Times Leader by RANDI POKLADNIK Environmental Consultant and Trainer Last week’s Times Leader (July 5, 2020) carried an op-ed by Greg Kozera, the director of marketing and sales for Shale Crescent USA. In the… Read More