Posted on 25 January 2011 by andrewtytla
I love my mountains (Catskills), and all the others I’ve been to. And I consider myself lucky to not have to suffer the consequences of mountaintop removal, so I was especially gratified to to hear the documentary “The Last Mountain” got a standing ovation at Sundance the other day.
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Posted on 12 January 2009 by andrewtytla
I used to think new technologies behind “clean coal power generation” was a viable option to plain coal-burning. After reading about this speech by the CEO of Massey Energy on one of the NRDC blogs, I’m now convinced I want nothing to do with coal. Let me just say running corporate communications for these guys would be a challenge. Watch the video highlights…
Surface mining generally sucks — especially when they’re moving or eliminating whole mountains in West Virginia. Do you agree? Get involved here.
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