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Federal grants will support abandoned mine reclamation
The Chronicle of Philanthropy showcases the Just Transition Fund's mission and work to support coal-impacted communties in the effort to secure historic levels of federal funding.
A look at the challeges facing rural communities seeking federal funding and the programs created by the Biden Administration to help.
A Interagency Working Group on Coal and Power Plant Communities and Economic Revitalization workshop in Southern Illinois Marion showcased the Biden Administration's attempts to drive resources and support to coal-impacted areas.
Over the past two years, millions of low-income U.S. households have received broadband internet at a discount through two consecutive government programs -- but they could soon lose that benefit.
To kick off the Broadband Initiative, the JTF has invested nearly $1 million in eight organizations working to close the digital divide in coal-impacted communities across the U.S.
One of the biggest roadblocks to closing coal companies is finding jobs for all the people who will be put out of work. The Just Transition Fund aims to bring broadband to coal country.
The pandemic exacerbated the economic, political and cultural differences in the United States. Big problems call for big solutions, which is what motivated Heidi Binko to create The Just Transition Fund to create a pathway for coal communities to move away from coal.
With historic funding available, local organizations are striving to diversify and rebuild West Virginia’s economies.
A look at why broadband remains inaccessible to certain communities, and why new federal efforts may still fail to reach them.
South Africa has identified more than 60 billion rand ($3.5 billion) of investments needed to help communities in the coal-mining Mpumalanga province as the industry gradually winds down, US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said as she announced an additional $45 million in grant support.