... since the burning of coal releases more CO2 per unit of energy than any other energy source, coal-fired power plants would be hit the hardest. Description from motherearthnews.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
President Obama's plan to set standards for coal-fired power plants is what Pennsylvania needs to reduce the most challenging changes expected due to increasing greenhouse gases. Description from articles.philly.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Fox News Video:2/4/2013: Presidents Climate Cops readying New Regulations..[Head of committee was on CSPI "The Washington Journal"2/5/2013,Explaining Obama's "Climate Control" Plans of to do/can do by bypassing Congress..Mostly putting taxes on Coal/Regulating change over to cleaner energy,"to stop using Coal because it's "dirty energy"..Admitted "cost for clean energy could be higher at first,except eventually would be less expensive" ..Didn't Obama say he would bankrupt Coal…
KICK KING COAL OFF OUR PUBLIC LAND Raggeds Wilderness, Colorado Bookmark and Share The dangerous disconnect between the Obama administration's climate rhetoric and its actions on fossil fuel leasing just got worse. If the U.S. Forest Service has its way, it'll OK a loophole within the 2012 Colorado Roadless Rule and open 19,000 acres of backcountry to coal mining. The result? Half a billion tons of new carbon pollution.