Events below will be at least twice a month throughout the Philadelphia/Delaware Valley Area. The main purpose is to educate as many people about fossil fuels, specifically coal, more specifically the enormous tragedy to our Land, the health and lives of our people in the mountains of Appalachia, the habitat (plant, animal, microbiology), the culture, heritage and future of the People and Mountains of Appalachia by the coal companies and their financiers using the horrible mining practice of MOUNTAINTOP REMOVAL. Learning more about the problem of fossel fuels help guide us to have discussions about solutions.

June 24 Monday 6:00pm to 7:45pm “Reports from Appalachia”
Oak Lane Library 12th Street & Oak Lane Avenue
July 23 Tuesday 2:00pm and 6:00pm “Reports from Appalachia
Northeast Regional Library 2228 Cottman Avenue
August 10 Saturday 10:30am, 1:00pm and 3:00pm
Joseph E. Coleman, Northwest Regional Library 68 West Chelten Avenue
September 9 Monday 2:00pm and 6:00pm
Walnut, West Branch Library 40th and Walnut Street
September 13 Friday 10:30am, 1:00pm and 3:00pm
Philadelphia City Institute Library 1905 Locust Street
September 16 Monday 10:30am, 1:00pm and 3:00pm
South Philadelphia Branch Library 1700 South Broad Street
October 11 Friday 2:30pm
Independence Branch Library 18 South 7th Street
October 20 Sunday 1:15pm and 3:15pm
West Philadelphia Regional Library 125 South 52nd Street


“The Appalachian region of Kentucky has 40 to 50 inches of rain annually. We are living in a deciduous rainforest but you can’t get a clean drink of water.” Teri Blanton, Berea, Kentucky

If you use coal (which provides 55% of our electricity) then
please go to to learn much more and become part of the
Solution to pollution.