Mark Hand

Mark Hand is a reporter who primarily covers environmental and energy issues. He can be found on Twitter @MarkFHand.

Residents of Toxic W.Va. Town Keep Hope Alive

Oldie But Baddie: D.C. Police Resume Unlawful Mass Arrest Tactic

Of Pipelines and Protest Pens: When the Press Loses Its Shield

Librarians Condemn Police Conduct in Kansas City Free Speech Arrests

Election Sweepstakes: VP Debate Host Competes for Media Attention

Dakota Access Foes Call on AFL-CIO to Retract Support of Pipeline

Native Americans Target Banks in Multi-Pronged Attack on Dakota Access

Few Changes Expected After Powerful Manmade Earthquake Strikes Again

Fracking, the Failure of Mainstream Greens and the Corporate Control of U.S. Energy Policy

Bridging the Trust Gap in Energy Justice Battles

The Trial of Heather Doyle: Md. County Drops the Hammer on Anti-LNG Activist

The Trouble with Fracking Fiction

Pipeline Rights vs Private Property Rights

The Mine Wars: West Virginia’s Coal Miners March on Public Television

Police Intimidation: From Dalton Trumbo to Deep Green Resistance

Hail to the Washington Rednecks!

Escape From New York: the Emancipation of Activist Cecily McMillan

Progressive Except on Palestine: Activists Target Center for American Progress

Tony Mazzocchi Lives: Blue-Green Organizer Takes Up ‘Just Transition’ Mantle

Passion and Pain: Photographer Trains Human Trafficking Survivors

‘Rape Rooms’: How West Virginia Women Paid Off Coal Company Debts

West Virginia Miners Play Second Fiddle to the Molly Maguires

The Lattimer Massacre: When an Entire Police Force Stood Trial

Labor Disaster: Remembering America’s Worst Industrial Accident

A Well Pad Next to Every 3-Car Garage: Suburban Sprawl Collides with Texas Frack Jobs