Friday, October 07, 2011

No Such Thing as Clean Coal

Clean coal does not jive with what I know about mines: safety issues, mountaintop removal, acid rain, black lung, lung cancer, asthma, mercury contamination, and, of course, global warming. And yet the phrase clean coal now routinely turns up in political discourse, almost as if it were a reality.

See E360 for detailed information bu Richard Conniff,



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3 comments:

KRU RAHI said...

Coal is really a very important thing for our life. Thanks for your important post on clean coal.

Coal said...

The investment into alternative power generating technologies such as nuclear energy may need to be measured against the potential cost when things turn against you as unfortunately happened this year in Japan. Coal prices and coal statistics show developing economies are more likely to increase their investment into & their use of coal mining in coming years because of coal's affordability and ability to quickly meet increasing demands for electricity and steel. www.coalportal.com

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