January 16, 2013

Will Coal Exports Help the Planet?

Mark Golden, Stanford Report


Spirit of America

If Pacific Coast states construct sufficient coal export facilities, the United States is likely to sell heaps of coal to Asia in the years ahead, but that should cut – not raise – global emissions of greenhouse gases, according to Frank Wolak, professor of economics at Stanford University.

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