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The Alabama Coal Association was formed in 1972 by a small number of surface mining companies who recognized the need for a unified voice  to co pe with the modern-day issues that impact so dramatically on the mining industry. In July 1984, ACA merged with the Alabama Mining Institute, a 75 year...

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This site lists reasons why Alaskan coal is a smart choice. Browse through information about its affordability, availability, and cleanliness.

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The American Coal Foundation (ACF) provides students and teachers with educational materials related to coal. The ACF offers free lesson plans to help educators teach about energy. In addition, the ACF shares information about energy conservation, coal mining, and much more.

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The Illinois Coal Association (ICA) is the professional trade organization responsible for the promotion of Illinois coal, a natural resource found in great abundance in Illinois. To carry our its mission, the Springfield-based Association represents the coal industry i nthe state in...

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The Indiana Coal Council (ICC) is a trade association for the coal industry in Indiana. The not-for-profit corporation was formed to foster, promote and defenc the interests of Indiana's coal producers, coal reserve holders, and other business entities related to the coal industry. The Indiana...

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The Kentucky Coal Association's membership represents both Eastern and Western Kentucky operations that mine coal through surface and underground methods. This diversity helps KCA build a consensus approach in problem solving and dealing with the complex issues facing our industry.

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The Montana Coal Council is a nonprofit industry association whose membership includes all major coal mine operators, holders of Montana coal reserves, those who ship the coal, utilities who use the coal, and numerous suppliers and businesses directly and indirectly involved in the coal industry...

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The National Mining Association (NMA)’s mission is to build support for public policies that will help Americans fully and responsibly benefit from our abundant domestic coal and mineral resources. Our objective is to engage in and influence the public process on the most significant and timely...

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The Pennsylvania Coal Alliance is committed to promoting and advancing the Pennsylvania coal industry and the economic and social benefit to the employees, businesses, communities, and consumers who depend on affordable, reliable, and increasingly clean energy from coal.

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The Tennessee Mining Association is the state’s professional association for individuals in the coal mining, rock and stone mining, equipment supply and professional services fields. Our mission is to educate Tennesseans about the important role our member’s industries play within the state’s...

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Located in Charleston, W.Va., the West Virginia Coal Association is a trade association representing more than 90 percent of the state's underground and surface coal mine production. Its purpose is to have a unified voice representing the state's coal industry as well as increase emphasis on...

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TSOP is a Society for scientists and engineers involved with coal petrology, kerogen petrology, organic geochemistry and related disciplines.

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Science Education Organizations

TERC is a nonprofit STEM education research and development organization. For more than fifty years, TERC has been introducing millions of students throughout the United States to the exciting and rewarding worlds of math and science learning. Led by a group of experiences, forward-thinking math...

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Geoscience Organizations

The Geological Survey of Canada (GSC) is part of the Earth Sciences Sector of Natural Resources Canada. The GSC is Canada’s oldest scientific agency and one of its first government organizations. It was founded in 1842 to help develop a viable Canadian mineral industry by establishing the...

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Geoscience Organizations

The Union Internationale de Spéléologie (UIS) is the international body for caving and speleology. Formed in 1965, its voting members consist of a delegate from each member country. This delegate represents the country's cavers and speleologists, rather than its national body(s). An elected...

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Science Education Organizations

The United States is the first nation to land on the moon and the nation which developed the polio vaccine and invented the light bulb. After decades of dominance in the scientific fields, American schools and universities must work to ensure this country remains competitive in the STEM fields....

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Geoscience Organizations

The European Geosciences Union (EGU) is Europe's premier geosciences union, dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in the Earth, planetary, and space sciences, for the benefit of humanity, worldwide. It is a nonprofit international union of scientists with over 12,500 members from all over the...

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