TN Coal Ash Problem

January 9th, 2009

Stop Global Warming, over at, has put together an extensive resource list to help you take action on the Tennessee coal fly ash disaster.

Tennessee happens to be a very lovely state. And I shouldn’t be shocked that a massive coal ash spill (toxic sludge) happened in my home state, but I am. Though I’m not in an affected area, it still feels like my home turf.

Please stop by Emily’s post to read about some simple and easy ways to take action against this disaster.

2 Responses to “TN Coal Ash Problem”

  1. Ken O on January 21, 2009 2:01 pm

    Might be good to check out the Power Past Coal campaign among others:

    This is the time to write to our elected “leaders” to say “no” to “clean” coal, which will never, ever be clean.

    1) Henry Waxman, the new Chair of the House Energy Committee

    2) Interior Secretary Ken Salazar

    3) Your congressman

    4) President Obama.

  2. Peggy on January 21, 2009 3:53 pm


    Thanks for taking the time to give us some more resources!

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