Bloomberg explains the trick that will allow coal states like Kentucky to increase CO2 emissions under EPA rules.
Obama has sold leases for 2 billion tons of coal, and is considering selling 10 billion more. Emissions, anyone?
The more people look at the EPA’s 645-page proposal, the worse it looks. Coal and methane appear to be winners.
Where does Obama’s cap-and-trade emissions program fall short? For one, it allows polluters to create new permits.
Will Obama’s EPA put teeth into its coal emissions requirements? We look at what that would require.
How one coal company straddles the dichotomy between what we know is true, and how it can benefit by ignoring it.
The bottom line is that there’s good news (less coal) & bad news (more fracking) in Obama’s climate change plan.