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Va Coal Econ

Mikey Elswick, a former coal mine ...
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Mikey Elswick, a former coal mine blaster who now owns an extermination company, sprays for pests in Richlands, Va. on Dec. 3, 2019. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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Mikey Elswick, a former coal mine blaster who now owns an extermination company, sprays for pests in Richlands, Va. on Dec. 3, 2019. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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Mikey Elswick, a former coal mine blaster who now owns an extermination company, sprays for pests in Richlands, Va. on Dec. 3, 2019. A coal town in southwestern Virginia has been trying to reinvent itself for years and hope is running thin. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Jim Hill, a former coal miner turned ...
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Jim Hill, a former coal miner turned preacher, and Henrietta Hale at the Liberty Church of Christ near Grundy, Va. on Dec. 3, 2019. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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Jim Hill, a former coal miner turned preacher, and Henrietta Hale at the Liberty Church of Christ near Grundy, Va. on Dec. 3, 2019. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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Jim Hill, a former coal miner turned preacher, and Henrietta Hale at the Liberty Church of Christ near Grundy, Va. on Dec. 3, 2019. A coal town in southwestern Virginia has been trying to reinvent itself for years and hope is running thin. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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The SunCoke Energy plant near Grundy, ...
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The SunCoke Energy plant near Grundy, Va., the seat of a county where mining once provided 5,000 jobs, on Dec. 3, 2019. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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The SunCoke Energy plant near Grundy, Va., the seat of a county where mining once provided 5,000 jobs, on Dec. 3, 2019. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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The SunCoke Energy plant near Grundy, Va., the seat of a county where mining once provided 5,000 jobs, on Dec. 3, 2019. A coal town in southwestern Virginia has been trying to reinvent itself for years and hope is running thin. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Crews work on a building that will ...
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Crews work on a building that will house the Southwest Virginia Technology Center in the Southern Gap industrial park in Grundy, Va. on Dec. 3, 2019. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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Crews work on a building that will house the Southwest Virginia Technology Center in the Southern Gap industrial park in Grundy, Va. on Dec. 3, 2019. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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Crews work on a building that will house the Southwest Virginia Technology Center in the Southern Gap industrial park in Grundy, Va. on Dec. 3, 2019. A coal town in southwestern Virginia has been trying to reinvent itself for years and hope is running thin. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Jay Rife, head of the local economic ...
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Jay Rife, head of the local economic development authority, in Grundy, Va. on Dec. 3, 2019. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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Jay Rife, head of the local economic development authority, in Grundy, Va. on Dec. 3, 2019. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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Jay Rife, head of the local economic development authority, in Grundy, Va. on Dec. 3, 2019. A coal town in southwestern Virginia has been trying to reinvent itself for years and hope is running thin. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Ralph Rowe, center, a former coal ...
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Ralph Rowe, center, a former coal miner, and Jim Hill, left, recall coal’s boom times over breakfast at the Dairy Queen in Vansant, Va. on Dec. 3, 2019. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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Ralph Rowe, center, a former coal miner, and Jim Hill, left, recall coal’s boom times over breakfast at the Dairy Queen in Vansant, Va. on Dec. 3, 2019. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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Ralph Rowe, center, a former coal miner, and Jim Hill, left, recall coal?s boom times over breakfast at the Dairy Queen in Vansant, Va. on Dec. 3, 2019. A coal town in southwestern Virginia has been trying to reinvent itself for years and hope is running thin. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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The old town of Grundy through a ...
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The old town of Grundy through a second-story window of Walmart, which opened in 2011, in Virginia on Dec. 2, 2019. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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The old town of Grundy through a second-story window of Walmart, which opened in 2011, in Virginia on Dec. 2, 2019. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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The old town of Grundy through a second-story window of Walmart, which opened in 2011, in Virginia on Dec. 2, 2019. A coal town in southwestern Virginia has been trying to reinvent itself for years and hope is running thin. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Walmart anchors the town of Grundy’s ...
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Walmart anchors the town of Grundy’s new commercial center, which sits on an elevated platform built by the Army Corps of Engineers, in Virginia on Dec. 2, 2019. (Julia Rendleman/The New York ...

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Walmart anchors the town of Grundy’s new commercial center, which sits on an elevated platform built by the Army Corps of Engineers, in Virginia on Dec. 2, 2019. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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Walmart anchors the town of Grundy?s new commercial center, which sits on an elevated platform built by the Army Corps of Engineers, in Virginia on Dec. 2, 2019. A coal town in southwestern Virginia has been trying to reinvent itself for years and hope is running thin. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Climate Cities Developers

Melani Moreno, who says the roads near ...
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Melani Moreno, who says the roads near her home floods several times a year in Virginia Beach, Va. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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Melani Moreno, who says the roads near her home floods several times a year in Virginia Beach, Va. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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Melani Moreno, who says the roads near her home floods several times a year in Virginia Beach, Va., Nov. 16, 2019. Virginia Beach recently blocked a developer from building further homes on wetlands, successfully fighting off a resulting lawsuit to do so. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Neighboring homes, seen from the edge ...
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Neighboring homes, seen from the edge of marshlands where a real estate developer wanted to build a few dozen homes in Virginia Beach, Va. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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Neighboring homes, seen from the edge of marshlands where a real estate developer wanted to build a few dozen homes in Virginia Beach, Va. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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Neighboring homes, seen from the edge of marshlands where a real estate developer wanted to build a few dozen homes in Virginia Beach, Va., Nov. 16, 2019. Arguing that the homes would be unsafe, the city rejected the developers? proposal, and successfully fought off a resulting lawsuit. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Marshlands where a real estate ...
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Marshlands where a real estate developer wanted to build a few dozen homes in Virginia Beach, Va. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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Marshlands where a real estate developer wanted to build a few dozen homes in Virginia Beach, Va. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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Marshlands where a real estate developer wanted to build a few dozen homes in Virginia Beach, Va., Nov. 16, 2019. Arguing that the homes would be unsafe, the city rejected the developers? proposal, and successfully fought off a resulting lawsuit. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Jared Brandwein tromps through ...
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Jared Brandwein tromps through marshlands where a real estate developer wanted to build a few dozen homes in Virginia Beach, Va. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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Jared Brandwein tromps through marshlands where a real estate developer wanted to build a few dozen homes in Virginia Beach, Va. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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Jared Brandwein, executive director of the Back Bay Restoration Foundation, tromps through marshlands where a real estate developer wanted to build a few dozen homes in Virginia Beach, Va., Nov. 16, 2019. Arguing that the homes would be unsafe, the city rejected the developers? proposal, and successfully fought off a resulting lawsuit. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Jared Brandwein tromps through ...
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Jared Brandwein tromps through marshlands where a real estate developer wanted to build a few dozen homes in Virginia Beach, Va. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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Jared Brandwein tromps through marshlands where a real estate developer wanted to build a few dozen homes in Virginia Beach, Va. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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Jared Brandwein, executive director of the Back Bay Restoration Foundation, tromps through marshlands where a real estate developer wanted to build a few dozen homes in Virginia Beach, Va., Nov. 16, 2019. Arguing that the homes would be unsafe, the city rejected the developers? proposal, and successfully fought off a resulting lawsuit. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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A dock on Back Bay area of Virginia ...
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A dock on Back Bay area of Virginia Beach, Va., where winds can push water from the bay inland, causing floods even when it doesn't rain. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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A dock on Back Bay area of Virginia Beach, Va., where winds can push water from the bay inland, causing floods even when it doesn't rain. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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A dock on Back Bay area of Virginia Beach, Va., where winds can push water from the bay inland, causing floods even when it doesn't rain, Nov. 16, 2019. Virginia Beach recently blocked a developer from building new homes on wetlands, successfully fighting off a resulting lawsuit to do so. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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An elevated home in the Back Bay area ...
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An elevated home in the Back Bay area of Virginia Beach, Va. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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An elevated home in the Back Bay area of Virginia Beach, Va. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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An elevated home in the Back Bay area of Virginia Beach, Va., Nov. 16, 2019. Virginia Beach recently blocked a developer from building new homes on wetlands, successfully fighting off a resulting lawsuit to do so. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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A faded notice of a proposed zoning ...
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A faded notice of a proposed zoning change in marshlands where a real estate developer wanted to build a few dozen homes in Virginia Beach, Va. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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A faded notice of a proposed zoning change in marshlands where a real estate developer wanted to build a few dozen homes in Virginia Beach, Va. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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A faded notice of a proposed zoning change in marshlands where a real estate developer wanted to build a few dozen homes in Virginia Beach, Va., Nov. 16, 2019. Arguing that the homes would be unsafe, the city rejected the developers? proposal, and successfully fought off a resulting lawsuit. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Rainwater pools in a parking lot in ...
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Rainwater pools in a parking lot in the Sandbridge area of Virginia Beach, Va. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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Rainwater pools in a parking lot in the Sandbridge area of Virginia Beach, Va. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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Rainwater pools in a parking lot in the Sandbridge area of Virginia Beach, Va., Nov. 15, 2019. Virginia Beach recently blocked a developer from building further homes on wetlands, successfully fighting off a resulting lawsuit to do so. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Jessica Levitt, 4, navigates pooling ...
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Jessica Levitt, 4, navigates pooling waters in the Ashville Park neighborhood, built on wetlands in Virginia Beach, Va. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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Jessica Levitt, 4, navigates pooling waters in the Ashville Park neighborhood, built on wetlands in Virginia Beach, Va. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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Jessica Levitt, 4, navigates pooling waters in the Ashville Park neighborhood, built on wetlands in Virginia Beach, Va., Nov. 16, 2019. Virginia Beach recently blocked a developer from building further homes on wetlands, successfully fighting off a resulting lawsuit to do so. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam, a ...
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Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam, a Democrat, talks with reporters at the Capitol in Richmond, Va. on Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2019. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam, a Democrat, talks with reporters at the Capitol in Richmond, Va. on Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2019. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam, a Democrat, talks with reporters at the Capitol in Richmond, Va. on Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2019. Democrats won complete control of the Virginia government for the first time in a generation on Tuesday. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam, a ...
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Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam, a Democrat, talks with reporters at the Capitol in Richmond, Va. on Nov. 6, 2019. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam, a Democrat, talks with reporters at the Capitol in Richmond, Va. on Nov. 6, 2019. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times)

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Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam, a Democrat, speaks with reporters at the Capitol in Richmond, Va. on Nov. 6, 2019. Nine months after a racist picture in his medical school yearbook sparked widespread demands he resign, Northam will govern with Democrats controlling both houses of the legislature. (Julia Rendleman/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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