The company cites the coal industry's "major transformation" in a public statement.
A new report from NPR and the Center for Public Integrity finds that an affliction once nearly eradicated is back – and more dangerous than ever.
A spike in coal usage in the Old World is bad news. Blame America.
It will soon be nearly impossible to build a coal-fired power plant in New York, thanks to state regulators.
You will basically be rewarded for not reading this post to the end.
In the sense that no one wants them.
Instead of auctioning federal land to coal companies, what if we used these taxpayer-owned spaces for something in the public interest -- like renewable power generation?
These government-run auctions have cost taxpayers almost a billion dollars a year over the past three decades.
In the Bureau of Land Management's corrupt coal-leasing program, taxpayer-owned land is leased at "auctions" where companies like Peabody are often the only bidder.