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Dispatch from West Virginia Coal Country

Last month, a delegation of 350 US and local group organizers traveled to West Virginia to learn more from partners on-the-ground about how the national grassroots fossil fuel resistance movement that we know today partly grew out of decades of local activism in Appalachia.

The people of Milas want secure, green jobs; not coal

Milas has been living under the shadow of coal for 40 years, and according to a recent report, the community is hungry for an equitable transition, that isn’t reliant on coal. They believe this is achievable by leveraging Milas’s natural and cultural assets.