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Chinese CoExist with Coal
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Published on Nov 4, 2015

Despite China's pledge to cap and then reduce carbon emissions, coal production continues to grow, creating tough choices for those who work in and live near the mines.
Published by New York Times, YouTube Channel.
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Trying to Create Clean Coal Technologies by Nicholas K. Akins of AEP
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At the ECO:comics conference in Santa Barbara, Calif., Nicholas K. Akins, Chairman, President and CEO, of American Electric Power talks about his company's efforts to create clean coal technologies and some of the hurdles they have faced. Published on Apr 3, 2014

 

WSJDigitalNetwork here on Youtube with "Eco-nomics"

 

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Transporting Coal through the Pacific NorthWest
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Energy producers, transporters and brokers of coal, specifically, Ambre Energy and Arch Coal Inc. have put Southwest Washington and the Pacific Northwest in the spotlight with proposals to transform ports into key shipping hubs in a worldwide realignment of valuable oil and coal resources. Under 14 different plans and operations, Washington and Oregon ports would essentially serve as a vast transfer station for the coal and oil being extracted from America's heartland, where raw materials are sent to domestic and overseas markets, primarily in Asia, demanding fuel and electricity for growth.  This is a trailer for the documentary, Momenta which explores the impact of these plans and the citizen groups opposed to such plans.

 

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Why is Coal So Angry?
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Coal has good reason to be so angry, desperate, and increasingly belligerent: He's the nation's oldest and dirtiest energy source, and now he's becoming obsolete as cleaner alternatives come online. More info at Beyond Coal. Published on Oct 23, 2013

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Carbon Capture and Sequestration by Scott Anderson
Static PreviewEnvironmental Defense Fund's Scott Anderson, Senior Policy Advisor, discusses Carbon Capture and Sequestration (CCS).
EarthSayer Scott Anderson
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The Last Mountain
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Trailer of the movie, The Last Mountain, June 2011. Check out release dates and cities. The fight for the last great mountain in America's Appalachian heartland pits the mining giant that wants to explode it to extract the coal within, against the community fighting to preserve the mountain and build a wind farm on its ridges instead. THE LAST MOUNTAIN highlights a battle for the future of energy that affects us all.

Check out EarthSayers.tv Special Collection, High Risk Energy Alternatives for more films, lectures, and speeches.

EarthSayer Robert Kennedy, Jr.
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No More Coal
Static PreviewGil Friend, Founder/CEO, Natural Logic, Inc.; Author, The Truth About Green Business, makes it clear there is not a business case to keep pouring dollars into the coal industry.
EarthSayer Gil Friend
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