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AGI Publishes Coal and the Environment | American

AGI Publishes Coal and the Environment | American

Jun 08, 2006 To highlight the importance of coal in our daily lives and the environmental concerns that are associated with its mining and use, the American Geological Institute (AGI) has published Coal and the Environment (ISBN 0-922152-77-2) as part of the Environmental Awareness Series. Produced in cooperation with the Illinois Basin Consortium, the U.S. Department of Energy, and the

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Model of environmental life cycle assessment for coal

Model of environmental life cycle assessment for coal

This paper presents a novel approach to environmental assessment of coal mining operations, which enables assessment of the factors that are both directly and indirectly affecting the environment and are associated with the production of raw materials and energy used in processes. ... 1 Central Mining Institute, Plac Gwark w 1, 40-166 Katowice

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Coal Mine Dust Exposures and Associated Health

Coal Mine Dust Exposures and Associated Health

2. Coal miners are developing severe CWP at relatively young ages ( 50 years). 3. There is some indication that early development of CWP is being manifested as premature mortality. 4. The above individuals would have been employed all of their working lives in environmental conditions mandated by the 1969 Coal Mine Health and Safety Act. 5

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How reliance on coal impacts county and school funding

How reliance on coal impacts county and school funding

Mar 17, 2021 Research shows how coal mine closures in Greene County, Pennsylvania, affect funding for schools and other social services. The work was a collaboration between the MIT Environmental Solutions Initiative and the Center for Coalfield Justice

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End of Coal Mining - International Institute for

End of Coal Mining - International Institute for

Aug 27, 1998 The End of Coal Mining in South Wales Lessons learned from industrial transformation Executive Summary This case study of coal mining in South Wales in the United Kingdom is a contribution to project undertaken by the International Institute of Sustainable Development (IISD) and the Chinese Energy

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What Is Killing the US Coal Industry? | SIEPR

What Is Killing the US Coal Industry? | SIEPR

One of the themes of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign was bringing back coal jobs to the Midwest. As president, he has doubled down on this, promising to “lift restrictions on American energy — including shale oil, natural gas and beautiful, clean coal.”[1] Many Republicans have blamed environmental regulations enacted during the Obama administration for the decline of the

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Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability

Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability

Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability. Problem Focused. Curiosity Driven. CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19): To ensure persons in all workspaces and other UBC property remain as safe as possible, it is required that all persons follow the COVID-19 Campus Rules.IRES must operate under the AERL building Safety Plan. Per the rules above, masks are strongly recommended in public

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How to Retire Early: Making Accelerated Coal Phaseout

How to Retire Early: Making Accelerated Coal Phaseout

Jun 30, 2020 In a new report, Rocky Mountain Institute, the Carbon Tracker Initiative, and the Sierra Club present an analysis of nearly 2,500 coal plants around the world. This analysis shows that the cost of clean energy has fallen so far that new renewables outcompete new coal virtually everywhere

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Coal-exit health and environmental damage reductions

Coal-exit health and environmental damage reductions

Mar 23, 2020 Coal use is responsible for a large proportion of climate damages. This study shows that phasing out coal yields substantial near-term, local environmental and health benefits that

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New EPA Rule Keeps Power Plants ... - Heartland Institute

New EPA Rule Keeps Power Plants ... - Heartland Institute

May 13, 2020 “These coal-refuse power plants are an important source of reliable energy, a key economic driver in the rural communities where they are located, and a proven method for turning waste into a usable source of power while at the same time remediating a longstanding environmental threat

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Hume Coal Project – submission to NSW Independent

Hume Coal Project – submission to NSW Independent

Aug 09, 2021 Despite recommending against approval, the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment overstates the economic case for the project. The Australia Institute welcomes the opportunity to make a submission to the NSW Independent Planning Commission (IPC) regarding the Hume Coal Project. This follows our presentation to the IPC’s electronic

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Coal Tar and Coal-Tar Pitch - National Cancer Institute

Coal Tar and Coal-Tar Pitch - National Cancer Institute

National Toxicology Program. Coal Tars and Coal-Tar Pitches, Report on Carcinogens, Fourteenth Edition. Triangle Park, NC: National Institute of Environmental Health and Safety, 2016. Also available online. Last accessed December 28, 2018. National Water-Quality Assessment Program

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More than 1,000 new coal plants planned worldwide

More than 1,000 new coal plants planned worldwide

Nov 20, 2012 Coal plants are the most polluting of all power stations and the World Resources Institute (WRI) identified 1,200 coal plants in planning across 59 countries, with about three-quarters in China

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Coal | Global Energy Institute

Coal | Global Energy Institute

Working together with state and federal regulators, coal producers and the electricity generators have made dramatic strides addressing environmental issues associated with coal. Utility owners have invested nearly $130 billion in emissions control technologies, and as a result, emissions per kilowatt-hour of generation of key pollutants (SO2, NOx, and PM) have been reduced by 93% since 1970

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The Stockholm Environment Institute

The Stockholm Environment Institute

STOCKHOLM ENVIRONMENT INSTITUTE WORKING PAPER NO. 2011-02 Coal power in the CDM: Issues and options Michael Lazarus and Chelsea Chandler Stockholm Environment Institute – U.S. Centre ABSTRACT This paper examines several issues that arise in awarding emission reduction credits to coal projects in the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM)

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Home | World Coal Association

Home | World Coal Association

Right to Choose. We support countries’ right to choose reliable and affordable energy, providing the building blocks for modern society. Find out more about the WCA. Leadership. World Coal Association members are committed to shaping a sustainable future for coal, to innovate and deliver the clean energy transition. Our Commitment

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