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A Bleak Outlook for Trump’s Promises to Coal Miners

“I don’t think the Trump presidency will have a material impact on bringing coal miners back to work,” said Ted O’Brien, a coal analyst at Doyle Trading Consultants, a leading energy industry research firm.”He may eliminate the regulatory overhang,” Mr. O’Brien said, referring to the environmental rules that have cast a shadow over coal, “but I have a hard time seeing a surge in coal demand.”Coal’s long decline predates President Obama’s arrival in the White House in 2009. The collapse of the American steel industry in late 20th century reduced demand for the metallurgical coal that is mined most prominently in Appalachia.

Source: A Bleak Outlook for Trump’s Promises to Coal Miners

GOOD because there are other options:

From Coal To Code: A New Path For Laid-Off Miners In Kentucky

And besides, haven’t the Appalachia communities suffered enough?

Click to access 2012_human_cost_report.pdf

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