Coal Industry Shoots Itself in the Foot, Perhaps Even Worse (Hopefully)

Another great article on today’s Climate Spectator says, “The one thing that will slow down the industry’s growth, and cause more mines to close, is the inability to develop a technology to guarantee its future, and the industry – in comparison to other sectors, and particularly in comparison to rival technologies such as solar and geothermal – is doing bugger all about it.”

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I am a concerned world citizen who wishes a sustainable existence for all life forms on our wonderful planet. I also compose and play music: http://www.soundclick.com/bands/default.cfm?bandID=840122, promote the Sustainability Street Approach, Transition and Permaculture principles as well as a progressive Australia exemplified by GetUp!: http://www.getup.org.au/
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One Response to Coal Industry Shoots Itself in the Foot, Perhaps Even Worse (Hopefully)

  1. Tony says:

    Love your work Greg, keep it up. Yours posts make it to Sustainability News and Facebook so the audience is far beyond this site, I estimate running in excess of 500 views a month, and we only just got started.

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