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TOM FITZGERALD RECEIVES THE HENRY R. HEYBURN PUBLIC SERVICE AWARD

TOM FITZGERALD RECEIVES THE HENRY R. HEYBURN PUBLIC SERVICE AWARD

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REFLECTIONS ON THE LIFE AND WORK OF PROFESSOR PAUL OBERST

REFLECTIONS ON THE LIFE AND WORK OF PROFESSOR PAUL OBERST

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Energy and the Environment: A Speech

The regulatory goal for state and federal agencies regulating coal extraction, combustion and disposal should be conservative design, not minimum compliance.

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Cabinet Secretary Vacates Mining Permit Decision

Cabinet Secretary Vacates Mining Permit Decision

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Public hearing on request to terminate protections

Public hearing on request to terminate protections

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Proposed Regulations Implementing Voluntary Environmental Remediation

The regulations, which will be filed in final form by the Cabinet after review of the comments received, have been attacked by industry groups as being too onerous, and the standards to which the property must be cleaned or managed, too rigorous.

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David Hawpe (C-J): Environmental advocate gets results, but too little financial support.

David Hawpe (C-J): Environmental advocate gets results, but too little financial support.

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Environmental Concerns With Mining

The mining industry has been skating on the edge with their approach to worker safety and mining, and to social responsibility, and it has brought its woes on itself, and that the viability of the eastern coal industry.

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Hearing Officer Recommends Mining Permit Decision Be Reversed

Hearing Officer Recommends Mining Permit Decision Be Reversed Categories:

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