|Coal Plants in Transition Report||This is the summary of a report put together by Natural Capitalism Solutions. The report details the business case for transitioning from coal to renewable energy. The report gives a conceptual overvi||1244||03-04-2010|
|Dirty Kilowatts2007: America’s Most Polluting Power Plants||Environmental Integrity Project assembled this report in 2007.
"Nationwide, the power plants that provide electricity to run our homes, businesses, and factories also account for 40 percent of ca||931||03-29-2010|
|Incinerators Trash Community Health||The Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives explains some of the health risks posed by trash incinerators.||862||06-28-2010|
|CBD Biomass Presentation 2011||Center for Biological Diversity Presentation: Is Biomass Burning Worse than Coal. PPT presentation 2011||818||06-10-2011|
|An Industry Blowing Smoke||Released June 2009, this report, compiled by the Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives, concludes that new incineration technologies, like older-style burners, are expensive, inefficient and co||768||06-28-2010|
|SEAC's Organizing Guide||A massive revision of the Student Environmental Action Coalition's original 1991 organizing guide, this 104 page (5.5*8.5 size pages) spiral-bound manual is a great tool for beginners and experienced ||708||06-28-2010|
|Food and Water Watch||Excellent resource on the detriments of Fracking by Food and Water Watch provided by Sam Schabacker||704||11-25-2011|
|Impacts of Thinning on Carbon Stores in the PNW: A Plot Leve||Forest carbon storage, thinning vs non-thinning.||665||09-30-2011|
|Mercury Falling||This report is somewhat dated (data is from 1998), but it provides detailed information on how much mercury is really emitted from coal-burning power plants in the US. The Environmental Working Group ||648||08-16-2010|
|The Toll from Coal||Publication The Toll from Coal||638||11-08-2010|
|Environmental Justice and Energy Production: Coal-Fired Powe||Research paper. Identifies environmental injustice in Illinois by looking at coal plants and Census Data at the block level.||638||11-20-2010|
|Municipal Waste Composition Overview||Study of municipal waste composition||637||03-02-2011|
|Mining Coal, Mounting Costs: the lifecycle consequences of c||This study quantifies the typically externalized costs of mining and burning coal.||627||02-28-2011|
|Fracking Myths and Facts||This two pager dispels the myths around (hydro)fracking in the Marcellus Shale gas formation. Drafted for Philadelphia-area residents, the factsheet may be useful to anyone organizing in opposition to||627||09-06-2011|
|Coal Ash Myths||Sierra Club, Earthjustice, and the Environmental Integrity project put together a resource describing the dangers of coal ash and some of the myths of how it is handled.||588||08-20-2010|
|Air Pollution from Proposed Sunnyside Ethanol Biorefinery||Pollutants, permitted emissions, health problems, frequency of testing.||565||02-26-2011|
|350 Reasons Carbon Trading Won't Work||By Carbon Trade Watch, Rising Tide North America, and the Camp for Climate Action.
|From Wood to Wing||Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance... converting forest residuals into bio-jet fuel and other co-products... taking wood to new heights.||528||03-04-2014|
|OH-Grandview-WTL-a-SunOil1970s||WTL Grandview - Sun Oil filings from 1970s||516||09-07-2012|
|Coal Blooded Action Toolkit||The Coal Blooded Action Toolkit is a step-by-step guide on how to take action to address pollution from coal fired power plants. The toolkit has six modules: Investigating Coal in Your Community, Awar||508||01-25-2013|
|Coal Ash Myth Factsheet||Sierra Club, Earthjustice, and the Environmental Integrity project put together this resource on the dangers of coal ash.||489||08-20-2010|
|Swarmwise: The Tactical Manual to Changing The World||"'Your most valuable asset isn’t your employees,' I told the executive. 'Your most valuable asset is the thousands of people who want to work for you for free, and you don’t let them.'" 300 pgs.