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In some parts of the country right now that rely 60 percent or more for electricity generation on coal power, moving to electricity could increase GHG emissions.
In 2019, more than 66 percent of the electricity in China was generated using coal power, which is a leading contributor to air pollution in China.
In coal plants, supplying the coal accounts for about 40 percent of total expenses.
More than 40 percent of coal mined in the United States comes from federal land, and in 2016, the Obama administration hit pause on coal leasing there, pending a review of the program.
Not even Naunchik, who hails from a long lineage of union coal miners, aluminum millers, teachers, and machinists in western Pennsylvania, wants a work-stoppage strike to happen.
More generally, mining for coal entails landscape-level destruction.
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The latter is the best of the foraged materials, because live wood has enough moisture in it to keep it from burning for a few hours, but not so much moisture that it puts out your burning sticks or bed of coals.
It too emits carbon dioxide but at almost half the amount as coal.
Blocking expansion of the law also known as Obamacare had long been a rallying cry for the legislature’s conservatives, but Chafin said it would provide desperately needed health care in his coal country district, among the poorest in the state.
The difficult thing is that most old folks grew up thinking that oil, coal, and gas were great, and it is hard to teach old dogs new tricks.

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