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100 coal plants killed since 2001
The Sierra Club celebrates blocking 100 new coal fired power plants since 2001.
Fri, Jul 10, 2009 at 06:20 PM
Huzzah for the world (and for us)!
The Sierra Club has been fighting against coal plants for for the past six years and deserves credit for a lot of success the anti-coal movement has seen. Coal is the enemy of mankind.
It's really encouraging to note that last year was the first that more new wind power was brought on the energy grid than coal. The Coal lobby is well entrenched and funded, but are vulnerable to being chipped away from all sides. We need to keep up the good fight but take time along the way to celebrate the victories. 100 power plants killed is a good one. Raise a glass tonight for mother earth.
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