Learn about, and support the ACHE ACT
The Appalachian Community Health Emergency (ACHE) Campaign seeks to educate the United States Congress (via the committee structure) about the public health crisis affecting citizens living in areas with mountain top removal
Support Coal River Mountain Watch, working on the frontlines of mountaintop removal, and highlighted in ON COAL RIVER
"We are a small non-profit working in communities impacted by the irresponsible practices of the coal industry in southern West Virginia. We combine our local knowledge with technical expertise to fight for local interests threatened by the coal industry. We pressure regulatory agencies to do their jobs to protect the health of our communities and create policy change through educating the public and our local and national representatives. We educate and mobilize citizens to organize and stand together for environmental justice."
Learn about your connection to Mountaintop Removal at http://ilovemountains.org/my-connection
If your home or business is on the electric grid, chances are you are connected to mountaintop removal in the Appalachian Mountains. Find out how – and then find out what you can do about it.