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If USA, Canada and China are committed to oil and coal, what will Copenhagen accomplish?
2 Dec 2009
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On December 2nd, 2009 at Music City Roots, The Coal Men perform "Never Again" Distributed by Tubemogul.
23 Dec 2009
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The Coal Men perform "Keep My Hands on You" at Music City Roots Live From The Loveless Barn on December 2nd, 2009 Distributed by Tubemogul.
23 Dec 2009
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Bruce Nilles, National Coal Campaign Director from the Sierra Club, is live for analysis of federal data that shows mercury emissions from U.S. power plants declined by 4 percent but despite the national drop, mercury pollution from coal-fueled power plants in Michigan, Illinois and Texas actually rose.
31 Dec 2009
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Western Coal has embraced the rising demand for steel making in the Far East and is increasing capacity as we speak. So, don’t be too keen to dismiss good old fashioned coal as a place where money can be dug from deep underground.
15 Jan 2010
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State of the Union was good for the most part except when Obama tried to appeal to the Lobby Politicians when he talked about doing more Clean Coal, Nuclear, and off shore drilling. Obama, how about staying true to your children and not appeal to the old timers. LETS KEEP IT GREEN AND DO MORE SOLAR, WINDMILL, AND GET OFF OF DRILLING FOR OIL!
6 Feb 2010
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Clean Skies News has learned that the Obama administration is looking at ways to encourage utilities to switch from coal capacity and likely to natural gas. Revis James, Director of the Energy Technology Assessment Center at the Electric Power Research Institute, discusses how hard a switch like this would be.
11 Mar 2010
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The Daily Energy Report for Monday March 22, 2010 discusses Texas utility consumers fighting back against the use of digital meters, 5 coal-fired power plants in top 10 for mercury emissions and EPA & DOE to improve Energy Star standards.
23 Mar 2010
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24 Apr 2010
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Brand new Green built paired home in Coal Creek Village. 9' ceilings, rounded corners, decora switches, solid oak hrdwds, matching blk appliances, birch cabs, vntd exhaust. Two mstr. bdrms w/ walk-in closets & full bths en suite. Unfinished bsmnt w/ rough-in & Rinnai hot water heater. Built SOLID, 63 on the HERS Index. Lg. separate front porch, detached 2 car garage. Courtyard and side yard area will be fenced. On Coal Creek Trail & blks to town & Sunflower Market. Learn all about this community *******www***alcreekvillage****
11 Dec 2010
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Brand new Green built paired home in Coal Creek Village. 9' ceilings, solid oak hrdwds, warm beige paint, oil rubbed bronze fixtures & brushed nickel hrdwr. Kit w/ stnls appl., ash cabs, granite cntrtps, vntd hood & dining area open to the living rm. 2 Mstr. bdrms w/ walk-in clsts & full bths en suite. Full bsmnt w/ rough-in & Rinnai water heater. Built SOLID, 63 on HERS Index. Lg. cvrd front porch & 2 car garage. On Coal Creek trail & blks to twn & sunflr mrkt. Too much to list. Learn all about this exciting community *******www***alcreekvillage****
11 Dec 2010
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Take a quick ride down the Coal Creek Trail and then check out a sudivision located at its banks *******www***alcreekvillage****
11 Dec 2010
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17 Dec 2010
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BY PAUL ROLFE You're watching multisource environment news analysis from Newsy For the first time ever, a report examines the life cycle costs of coal -- and the results might make you sick. Treehugger talked to Harvard Professor Paul Epstein when he announced his findings. “Between the land disturbance of mountain top removal, the processing, the sludge and the slurry, waste and fly-ash ponds, we estimate that this is costing the American public... somewhere between a third and a half a trillion dollars per year in health costs and in deaths.” The study says between $200 and $500 billion in extra costs created by the coal industry are passed on to taxpayers. In The Boston Globe, Epstein says policymakers should keep these impacts in mind when deciding our energy future. “The public is unfairly paying for the impacts of coal use ... Our reliance on fossil fuels is proving costly for society, negatively impacting our wallets and our quality of life.” But the American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity says in a press release - this study ignores the positive effects of low-cost energy. “Thanks in large part to coal - America’s most abundant domestically-produced fuel, our nation’s electricity prices have remained relatively stable and affordable for families and businesses.” A writer for Smart Planet responds to that statement by asking -- so cheap electricity trumps environmental impact? “Hmm, I guess it all evens out then? The money I save on electricity will help me pay for the problems my electricity creates? Makes me wonder what the final price tag of climate change will be.” The Harvard study looked closely at mountain-top removal in West Virginia. Mountain top removal is a process in which the tops of mountains are removed with explosives to reach the layers of coal underneath. The study found 1.4 million acres of land have been removed from summits in the Appalachian Mountains. (video source: ilovemountains****) Communities near these mining sites have been fighting the coal companies for years. In a production from Swiftmedia funded by the Blessings Project Foundation, residents say -- they’re concerned for their health. “They’re destroying our water, they’re contaminating all our water. Ya know? They’re blowing up all our land, and they’re polluting our air. And when they do that you’re not able to live in these areas.” To put the cost in perspective - the Harvard study says if the additional costs of coal were factored into the price of electricity -- consumers could see their electric bills double... or triple. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
26 Feb 2011
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BY PAUL ROLFE ANCHOR MEGAN MURPHY You're watching multisource environment news analysis from Newsy Natural gas from shale rock. It’s cleaner, right? Well maybe not according to a new study. First -- the background. 60 Minutes produced a story in November 2010, on the benefits and costs of natural gas. “What’s increasingly evident is that shale gas is overwhelmingly abundant right here in the USA ... Gas has nearly half the carbon emissions of coal and no mercury.” But those ideas could be changing. According to a study from Cornell - harvesting shale gas could release more greenhouse gases than coal. The new estimated emissions result from the drilling process -- called fracking -- which releases methane along with the natural gas. Grist says -- methane is about 100 times more potent as a greenhouse gas than CO2. “It turns out that after the fracking process, when the high-pressure drilling fluid is flowing back up the well, large quantities of methane gas travel with it. These and other ‘fugitive’ emissions amount to approximately 2 percent of the natural gas released by a fracked well, which is a thousand times more than similar emissions of methane from conventional wells.” The Cornell study concludes the carbon footprint from shale gas could be 20 percent more than coal’s, or twice as much over a 20-year time frame. The New York Times reports industry groups such as Energy in Depth doubt the Cornell study. “Reading the paper, it's tough not to get the impression that the fix was in from the start, that they set out with a series of conclusions and then just worked backward from there, moving the parameters in and out as needed to get where they wanted to go.” The Obama administration is touting natural gas as a transition fuel and a way to end dependence on foreign oil. The Wall Street Journal says, this study could complicate things. But MSNBC reported in early April, a natural gas bill is already in the works in Congress. “The 2011 Nat Gas Act would offer tax incentives for buyers of natural gas fueled vehicles during the next five years. We’ve seen this in the city of Los Angeles with their municipal vehicles, as we also saw on campus at OSU. How much more of it will we see?” The authors admit -- the issue needs to be studied more. And the EPA will have a new rule requiring the industry to report its “fugitive” emissions to get better data. But TIME’s Ecocentric blog contends gas is still cleaner than coal in other ways. “And it's worth remembering that greenhouse gas emissions aside, natural gas is cleaner on a pollution basis than coal with its mercury and sulfur and other pollutants ... it's coal, even after this study, that remains the number one environmental enemy.” The study will be published in the peer-reviewed journal Climatic Science. Learn more about other fracking concerns by watching older newsies -- linked in our transcript section. Newsies on fracking: *******www.newsy****/videos/epa-launches-investigation-into-hydraulic-fracking/ *******www.newsy****/videos/new-york-extends-fracking-moratorium/ Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Transcript by Newsy
16 Apr 2011
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The common shares of Prophecy Coal have started trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol “PCY”, having graduated from the TSX Venture Exchange.
21 Oct 2011
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