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Public media seek integrity in digital age | Center for Journalism Ethics

Public media seek integrity in digital age | Center for Journalism Ethics | Coal in Developing Nations | Scoop.it
Skip to main content ... Center for Journalism Ethics, School of Journalis and Mass Communication, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Search ...

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All Risk, No Reward: New Coalition Makes Compelling Case Against Keystone XL Pipeline

All Risk, No Reward: New Coalition Makes Compelling Case Against Keystone XL Pipeline | Coal in Developing Nations | Scoop.it

A group called “All Risk, No Reward” aired ads opposing the Keystone pipeline yesterday during the Sunday news shows and will soon be targeting Democratic donors and youth.

 

This new ad makes the case that the oil will spill frequently as it is pumped through the U.S. on its way to beexported out of the country. This would not help American energy security andonly create 35 permanent jobs:


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Sarah LittleRedfeather Kalmanson's curator insight, April 8, 2013 12:45 PM

The scary thing is it looks even worse when burned up into the atmosphere to efficiently help cause climate change.

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Study spells out fatal danger of coal pollution - Deutsche Welle

Study spells out fatal danger of coal pollution - Deutsche Welle | Coal in Developing Nations | Scoop.it
Study spells out fatal danger of coal pollution
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Coal accounts for around 10 percent of particulate matter-related cases of premature mortality and disease.

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Thermal coal prices unlikely to recover in 2013 unless Australia cuts output ... - Platts

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Thermal coal prices unlikely to recover in 2013 unless Australia cuts output ...

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China Plan Puts High-Sulfur Coal From US at Risk - Energy Tribune

China Plan Puts High-Sulfur Coal From US at Risk Energy Tribune China may ban purchases of coal with a heating value below about 4,540 kilocalories a kilogram on a net-as-received basis, sulfur content above 1 percent and ash above 25 percent,...

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Future press regulation must recognise multi-platform content - Journalism.co.uk

Future press regulation must recognise multi-platform content - Journalism.co.uk | Coal in Developing Nations | Scoop.it
Future press regulation must recognise multi-platform contentJournalism.co.ukIn an approach developed in my book Regulating for Trust in Journalism: standards regulation in the age of blended media I argue that by incentivising a voluntary...

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Coal's decline comes as oil booms - Financial Times

Coal's decline comes as oil booms - Financial Times | Coal in Developing Nations | Scoop.it
Coal's decline comes as oil booms Financial Times However, low natural gas prices after the US shale boom have prompted many utilities to drop coal where possible, pushing BNSF's coal traffic down 6 per cent last year and Union Pacific's down 14...

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No immediate plan to ban low-grade coal imports: Report - Economic Times

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Economic Times No immediate plan to ban low-grade coal imports: Report Economic Times Coal traders said they expect thermal coal shipments to the world's fourth-largest importer of the fuel to rise to 115 million-120 million tonnes in the year to...

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Coal ash disposal legislation filed in US House - Geosynthetics magazine

Coal ash disposal legislation filed in US House
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The Subcommittee on Environment and the Economy resumed work on the coal ash legislation in a hearing on April 11. At that hearing, a representative of the U.S.

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US Selling Coal Mining Rights at Undervalued Prices - Global Issues

US Selling Coal Mining Rights at Undervalued Prices - Global Issues | Coal in Developing Nations | Scoop.it
WASHINGTON, Feb 05 (IPS) - The U.S. government is violating federal leasing policies when it sells land to certain coal-mining companies, according to a new audit from an official watchdog agency.

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