A recent report from the National Center for Atmospheric Research found that the U:S.
is burning at least 2.5 million metric tons of coal-powered electricity each year, an amount equal to about half of the world’s coal consumption.
Coal-fired power plants use a lot of water.
The study found that coal plants discharge up to 10 times more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere than natural gas plants.
It’s not just the CO2 emissions that are a concern for climate change.
In a recent study, the University of Maryland found that in addition to methane emissions, coal plants release about 3.5 gigatons of carbon dioxide a year into the air.
Even if the U., as a nation, were to stop burning coal altogether, climate change would be worse.
The report also found that as much as 6 million tons of carbon would be released into the Earth’s atmosphere every year due to the burning of coal.
According to a report from Columbia University, the coal industry is the third-largest source of greenhouse gases in the U, behind oil and gas.
The coal industry emits approximately 5 billion tons of CO2 each year and employs more than 30 million people.
The Trump administration has been pushing to get rid of coal and the coal companies are also working to keep it in the picture.
The Trump administration issued a report last month that calls on the coal mining industry to “reduce emissions, minimize the impact on the environment and support the development of new coal technologies.”
But as the Environmental Protection Agency struggles to comply with the Clean Power Plan, there are other ways the Trump administration is pushing coal-related policy in the name of climate change, including trying to get states to pass new rules that will hurt coal mining jobs.
The Environmental Protection Administration recently announced plans to roll back regulations that protect public health and the environment.
Environmental groups are not happy with the Trump White House.
In a statement released on Wednesday, the Sierra Club said the Trump government has a “history of lying about climate change” and that “they continue to deny that climate change is real and catastrophic.”
Trump, who was endorsed by the fossil fuel industry during his campaign, has also taken a hard line on climate change and the Paris Agreement, which seeks to reduce global warming to 2 degrees Celsius by 2100.
On Wednesday, Trump took a hard stance on climate and the Trump Administration has been looking to take action to address climate change since his election.