Wednesday, July 10, 2013

What are we doing with all that coal we aren't burning?

We're burning less coal in order to help the environment.  So where's it going?  We're exporting it.

Details here:  Obama for Carbon Power . . . in Africa
The irony is rich. While Obama’s EPA tries to eliminate America’s use of coal to fight global warming, the globe – Europe, China, India (soon Africa?) – is coming to America for its cheap coal reserves. In the last six years, American coal exports (including to Europe) have nearly tripled – negating Obama’s attempt to eliminate coal’s carbon emissions even as it deprives the U.S. of a competitive fuel.
Of course, that is the plan:


It's only the plan for the U.S., however.  Everybody else gets cheap energy from under our soil.

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