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Rural NE Georgia wood-fired plants leave nearby residents with bad taste

CARNESVILLE - A pair of wood-fired power plants made a smelly and messy introduction in two rural counties northeast of Athens in recent months. The...

Georgia Power filing tries to close $1.1 billion rate case gap...

Georgia Power’s rate case is scheduled to resume Monday as the utility provider and state’s regulators try to resolve a billion dollar standoff. The Public...

16 Ga. Superfund sites threatened by climate change — watchdog agency

WASHINGTON — Sixteen of the most contaminated sites in Georgia are vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, according to a new report from...

Oily aftermath of wrecked cargo ship on list of ‘Georgia’s Dirty...

A proposed mine near the Okefenokee Swamp and the cleanup of a wrecked cargo ship carrying more than 4,000 cars are among the environmental...

Battlefields around the world are finding new purpose as parks and...

By Todd Lookingbill and Peter Smallwood University of Richmond/The Conversation The horrors of war are all too familiar: lives lost, homes destroyed, entire communities forced to...

Florida-Georgia water war back in court, leaving SW Ga. farmers wary

Attorneys for Georgia and Florida will return to the courtroom today for a proceeding that could have a major impact on southwest Georgia farmers...

PSC says Georgia Power should slow down $525M charge to ratepayers

State regulators Monday said Georgia Power’s request that ratepayers pay $525 million to clean up coal ash ponds and landfills over three years should...

Federal approvals could launch Camden Spaceport into next phase

A federal agency is set to decide next month whether a Camden County-sponsored Spaceport will get a chance to get off the ground. The Federal...

Lawsuit challenging Vogtle nuclear expansion decision gets new life

Environmentalists and consumer advocates will have another chance to persuade a Fulton County judge that a review should happen now – instead of years...

Chattahoochee Riverkeeper joins appeal over Obama-era water rules

A Georgia environmental advocacy group is part of a new move to stop the Trump administration from wiping away Obama-era water regulations. The Chattahoochee Riverkeeper,...
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