Quit Coal Blog
This week brings more bad news for Edison International’s coal fleet.
Following several quarters of declining revenues, low energy prices, and a suite of new federal, state, and local health standards, top investment analysts are questioning whether Edison International’s portfolio of coal-fired power plants might just be worthless.0 comments
For years, people in Chicago have been working to shut down the two coal fired-power plants in their city. These two plants, some of the oldest in the country, are owned and operated by a subsidiary of Edison International, a large power company based in Southern California.
**UPDATE** Monday October 24, 2011 - Check out this cool video of the action.
The three students have all been released. More updates on the administration's response soon to come.
Three students arrested at Michigan State University Sit-in.0 comments
Here is a collection of recent news articles related to coal and clean energy:
For the current Speaker of the House, John Boehner (R-OH), American democracy is simpler than representing the people who vote for him. Instead of fighting for jobs and health in his district, Boehner will just spend money to polish his image in 2012. He has made a decision to collect vast sums of money from industry polluters outside his district who couldn't care less about the 8th district of Ohio.0 comments
Guest post by Lester R. Brown
It is one thing for Michael Brune, head of the Sierra Club, to say coal has to go, but quite another when Michael Bloomberg says so. Few outside the environmental community know who Michael Brune is, but every business person knows Michael Bloomberg as one of the most successful business entrepreneurs of his generation.0 comments
Today, Greenpeace delivered 50,000 petitions to the EPA in support of strong federal standards restricting mercury and hazardous air pollutants from coal plants. While industry and politician's have worked against life saving standards, today, we are sending a strong message to the EPA that our members want common sense safeguards on heavy metals, toxic gases, and other dangerous pollutants.
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