For the first time, a federal judge blocked expansion of a coal mine because climate change ramifications weren't considered in approving it.
require development banks to prioritize clean energy investments.
For the first time, not a single coal company bid in a Wyoming coal auction.
The antiquated coal leasing program fuels climate change and results in nothing for taxpayers but losses.
Coal use is declining in the US, but banks still pumped over $20 billion in the industry last year.
LA gets 20% of its power from renewables now and will cancel contracts with two coal plants.
China and India are frantically building coal plants and looking to the US for imports.
Siting CHP at industrial sites would provide energy less expensive than coal and prevent the need for new power plants.
India and the US are auctioning public lands to single bidders, undermining their value and putting thousands of acres at risk.
US coal consumption is way down, but export demand is high, should we be feeding it?