$35 million in grants will be dispersed this year in Appalachia.
States with the most earthquake activity from fracking are making sure local governments can't ban it.
Climate change is the greatest threat to public health, more than tobacco, they say.
The Department of Energy says this shows carbon capture works.
Testing is about to begin on creating geothermal energy from fracking wastewater.
Fears of lower returns after divesting from fossil fuels are unfounded, according to research.
Two of the biggest financiers have pulled out, Barclays and PNC Bank.
Sierra Club has been so successful in shutting coal plants that Bloomberg is donating another $30 million to the effort.
Falsifying water samples isn't a joke, nor is the difference between what coal companies tell the public and the SEC.
The regulations are a step forward, but almost 700,000 people want fracking banned on public lands.