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Comment period opens on proposed antidegradation rule for Kentucky's streams.

Comment period opens on proposed antidegradation rule for Kentucky's streams.

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Introduction To Environmental Education

Introduction To Environmental Education

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Citizens Coal Council and KRC Challenge EPA Rule Relaxing Sediment Controls On Mining

Citizens Coal Council and KRC Challenge EPA Rule Relaxing Sediment Controls On Mining

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KRC Comments On Coalbed Methane Study

KRC Comments On Coalbed Methane Study

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Regarding Reform Of Non-Coal Mining Regulations

Regarding Reform Of Non-Coal Mining Regulations

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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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Oct,17 2002

Where to take those old computers and monitors.

Don't throw them out! There is an eco-friendly option right here in Kentucky.

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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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Nugent Case Underscores Weakness In State Regulation of Non-Coal Mining

Nugent Case Underscores Weakness In State Regulation of Non-Coal Mining

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The Curious Case of the Not-So-Scenic Trail

Perhaps no piece of recent legislation better reflects the tension between the past and the future of the eastern Kentucky region, and between the dedication of land to extraction of mineral resources and the use of land for recreational and scenic..

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Oct,10 2002

Energy and the Environment: A Speech

Tom FitzGerald, director of KRC, presents. 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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