Trump IS right to try to end the WAR ON COAL

Climate Depot | 11/9/2017 | Admin
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President Donald Trump talked of utilizing all of America’s energy resources during his campaign for the Presidency, but first on his agenda was ending the war on coal. That war was expanded during the Obama administration which passed environmental regulation after regulation in order to make management of old coal-fired power plants or construction of new plants nearly impossible.

2) emissions from coal fired power plants are a major cause of dangerous global warming.

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Besides the fact that there is no dangerous global warming occurring—according to the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies, global temperatures have risen only just over 1 degree Celsius since 1880 despite a supposed 40% rise in CO2 levels—demonizing CO2 has probably been the greatest fraud ever perpetrated on our world. It is, after all, an essential ingredient in plant photosynthesis on which all life depends and so is the very opposite of pollution. Trump recognized this before his election and is now doing everything in his power to defuse this false fear.

Despite this sensible approach, opportunistic energy producers across America are determined to take advantage of the climate scare to force their customers to pay for unnecessary conversions away from dependable, inexpensive coal-fired electricity generation to flimsy and costly wind and solar power. For example, Dr. H. Sterling Burnett, senior fellow on environmental policy for The Heartland Institute, reported in his April 12th Climate Change Weekly article “UTILITIES PROMISE FUTURE SAVINGS WHILE PUSHING RATE HIKES TODAY”:

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“Alliant energy, a Wisconsin-based utility which provides electric power to approximately 960,000 electricity customers in Wisconsin and Iowa, plans on reducing its carbon dioxide emissions by 80 percent by 2050, by closing all its coal power plants, the source of 33 per cent of the electricity the utility produces.”

James Taylor, Heartland Senior Fellow, Environment and Energy Policy, testified on April 11 at...
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