Ken Ward Jr. has covered West Virginia’s coal, chemical and natural gas industries since 1989. His groundbreaking work was recognized Thursday, when he was awarded a MacArthur Fellowship from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.
A pair of developments last week were a setback for pipeline opponents but left doors open for new strategies against the project.
How Virginia’s new energy law plays out will be largely determined by a trio of appointed commissioners with extensive regulatory authority.
On the frontline of the fight to protect water and forests against pipeline construction risks, citizen scientists document potential environmental violations.
In a community where renewables have provoked backlash, expo offered a showcase for clean energy entrepreneurs, advocates.