Tag Archives: Peabody Energy

Farmers & Ranchers Call for Coal Mine Cleanup

The ECOreport reposts an appeal on the 40th Anniversary of America’s Federal Strip Mine Law, Farmers & ranchers call for coal mine cleanup

Joint Press Release from the Powder River Basin Resource Council, Northern Plains Resource Council & Western Organization of Resource Councils

BILLINGS, Mont. – As the nation marks the 40th anniversary of the federal strip mine law, coal field residents are urging the federal government to make good on promises to reclaim mined land.

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Leaked Memo Outlines Trump’s Energy Agenda

The ECOreport reposts about the future of United States environmental protections, a leaked memo outlines Trump’s energy agenda

Originally Published on Greenpeace Energydesk

by Zachary Davies Boren

President-elect Donald Trump is set to gut US environmental regulations, open up federal lands for fossil fuel extraction, and quit the Paris climate agreement, according to documents seen by Energydesk.

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Some Quick Climate Change Education

The ECOreport reposts an OP-ED round-up of synopsis (& links) for “some quick climate change education”

Originally Published on Clean Technica

By Zach Shahan

We don’t cover climate change news a lot here on CleanTechnica, but there’s a lot of important stuff out there, and it is a key reason why CleanTechnica exists at all. Check out the top stories below for some quick climate education on this (probably abnormally hot) Sunday:
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Fossil Fuel Industry’s Academics For Hire

The ECOrpeort reposts a Greenpeace investigation of the Fossil Fuel Industry’s Academics For Hire leads to Princeton and Penn State

Originally Published on Energydesk

By Lawrence Carter and Maeve McClenaghan

A Greenpeace undercover investigation has exposed how fossil fuel companies can secretly pay academics at leading American universities to write research that sows doubt about climate science and promotes the companies’ commercial interests.

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