From the front lines
Coal Economies of Montana and Wyoming Are at Growing Risk
Karl Cates breaks down a new report from the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) on coal production in the Power River Basin.
Local Food - Global Change - Just Transition
Pete Kolbenschlag highlights the work of the Colorado Farm and Food Alliance and reflects on transition efforts ranging from agriculture, recreation, and solar in Colorado's North Fork valley.
New Energy Economy
In Support of a Bright, Clean Energy Future in Western NY
Heidi Binko discusses the importance of fair wages in a just and equitable new energy economy, and the recent launch of an important campaign in Western New York.
Germany’s Coal Commission – An Institutional Approach to Phase-out of Coal?
A look at Germany's Coal Commission and a roadmap forward.
Just Transition Fund
Reflections from the Just Transition Fund National Convening
Convening attendee, Veronica Coptis, reflects on learnings from the Fund's National Convening.
Letter From Window Rock
Karl Cates reflects on a recent trip to the Navajo Nation and the impending closure of the Navajo Generating Station.
Just Transition Fund
On the Ground in the Midwest
Just Transition Fund's Cindy Winland highlights how the Fund provides technical assistance to the field, with examples from the Midwest.
Introducing Our New Blog: From the Frontlines
Today, the Just Transition Fund is excited to kick off our blog, From The Frontlines!
Transforming Appalachia Through Social Enterprise
Development of social enterprise is the single most powerful strategy for transformational economic revitalization in the central Appalachian region.
Growing Support for Economic Transition in Appalachia Sees Results
For the past few years, regional advocates have fought to secure federal investments in Appalachian coal communities’ economic future. It's often difficult, but the fight is already producing results.
In Wyoming, a Potential Rural Template for a Revenue-Producing Solar Industry
A new solar photovoltaic project in southwest Wyoming that has drawn scant attention outside the area may end up being a harbinger of regional economic development to come.