The outcome in about a dozen competitive legislative races and the contest for Lt. Governor could tip the balance on climate and clean energy legislation in the state.
Schools and governments in Southwest Virginia want solar policy to match new state law.
A George Mason University researcher found a strong interest in reporting on how climate change is affecting local communities — and stories that spotlight solutions.
Just 17 miles west of the state’s largest coal-fired power plant, a solar array at the local high school is having an unconventional impact.
The Appalachian Trail Conservancy expected scrutiny for accepting a $19.5 million gift from the pipeline’s developer but believes time will show it was the right decision.