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One American dies every hour as a result of pollution from coal-fired power plants. Enough. It's time to quit coal.
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Quit Coal Mar 19
Deep coal mine gets go ahead in Cumbria despite protests
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Quit Coal Mar 17
Bloomberg on Cloud Peak Energy, which is fighting to prevent bankruptcy after mining companies Peabody, Alpha, Arch all went bankrupt.
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Polluter Watch Mar 17
Replying to @EcoSenseNow
Here’s your 2006 Washington Post op-ed, from your own website, on hedging the threat of “catastrophic climate change." Trying to save face for new CO2 Coalition buddies? Is this bad form, in their eyes?
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Connor Gibson 8 Mar 18
No other corp has as much sway at : 52 people from Koch's companies, CKI, & AFP… Exxon does’t get that much voice at ALEC. Clearly, .
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Greenpeace USA 2 Mar 18
SHARE: More than 50 state bills have been introduced to criminalize protest since 2016 as a direct reaction to effective challenges to corporations and politicians.
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Connor Gibson 20 Nov 17
. illustrates the 12 companies behind 90% of air pollution from hurricane : Source data =
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DeSmogBlog 7 Nov 17
A climate denying President and head of the EPA isn't enough for the Heartland Institute. Leaked emails show Heartland wants more from from the administration, and is bent on creating an agenda of climate destruction more than denial. Read the full story:
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Connor Gibson 25 Oct 17
NEW interactive data: 13 co's leaked 90% of Hurricane air pollution. Low-income POC communities hit harder
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Emily Atkin 20 Sep 17
This footage is from Guayama, Puerto Rico —The same town where an uncovered, 5-story pile of toxic coal ash sits
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Greenpeace USA 7 Sep 17
We flew over flooded/damaged fossil fuel facilities in Texas and saw clear oil slicks and pollution. is a pollution disaster.
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Greenpeace USA 13 Sep 17
. asked Trump & agencies dealing w/ & Harvey about climate. Where's the rest of the media?
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Polluter Watch 24 Aug 17
Why would new Koch hub co-op the brand? PERI ranks Koch Ind as a top air & water polluter:
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Connor Gibson 20 Jun 17
Meet Jeff Holmstead, America’s Top Swamp Thing! Trump may put him in #2 position at . He is a coal lobbyist.
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Connor Gibson 19 Jun 17
Replying to @zdboren
Jeff = coal lobbyist for entire career, inside and outside gov't. He's the nation's top Swamp Thing:
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Connor Gibson 19 Jun 17
Replying to @m_livermore
Do not believe the hype. Jeff Holmstead has only ever served the coal industry, inside and outside government:
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Connor Gibson 19 Jun 17
Jeff is just a shill for coal companies! Always has been. He is literally America's Top Swamp Thing:
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Connor Gibson 19 Jun 17
Replying to @AlexCKaufman
Too bad they didn't mention his extensive work for coal companies for his entire career...
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Connor Gibson 19 Jun 17
Replying to @Ben_Geman @axios and 2 others
DIZZY. Jeff is a coal lobbyist, turned EPA coal regulator, turned coal lobbyist, now turned EPA regulator...god.
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Connor Gibson 19 Jun 17
Replying to @ft14051
Coal co's represented by Holmstead gave his firm over $23 million (07-17). Before that? Bush EPA coal regulator:
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Connor Gibson 19 Jun 17
Replying to @axios
Bracewell took $23 million from coal co's that registered Holmstead as their lobbyist. Swamp Thing, thru and thru.
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