A mining area of 600 square miles has polluted as much as 1,700 miles of streams.
You hate it. I hate it. We all hate it for … ice … cream. (Oops, that didn’t work.)
Prairie State does a little tiptoe around democracy and its promises about coal-ash disposal.
New research demonstrates the scale of American coal exports and the cost we pay. Happily, we’re not entirely powerless.
Watch, as the operators of the Reid Gardner coal plant in Nevada are asked about coal ash and reveal astonishing levels of both insensitivity and incompetence.
As always, Big Tobacco leads the way in developing innovative arguments about why their profits are more important than the people they kill.
In the great Olympics of global warming, we’re still taking home the gold.
The coal industry is dirty, dangerous, and not going anywhere for a while. At the very least, it could be safer — but it’s up to us to see that it is.
At it’s not just us. It’s the marketplace, too.