These old newspaper ads prove the industry's predictions have always been wrong.
Congress Can't Stop Obama's Coal Regulations at Home, So It's Helping Dirty Plants Abroad
July 07, 2014
Two bills before Congress would reinforce America's role as one of the world's biggest public financers of coal.
The last one didn't work out so great. But the EPA's new rule on carbon has conservatives threatening it again.
Republicans Had Months to Prepare for War Over Obama's Climate Plan, and This Is the Best They Could Do?
June 03, 2014
On both politics and policy, their arguments don't stand up.
The coal industry is in decline, and so is its voting power.
Advocates of a federal push to cut U.S. emissions have claimed it would prod developing countries to do even more. Now comes the test.
They say it's a big deal in the fight against global warming—substantively and symbolically—even if there's a lot more to do.
Monday's announcement of new regulations on coal-fired power plants will be historic. But big questions remain.
Obama's Dirty, Coal-Loving Past
May 29, 2014
The coal industry says Obama's new energy rules are the product of his lifelong emnity. His record says otherwise.
Obama's New Rules for Coal Plants Are a B.F.D. The Ensuing Political Fight May Be Even Bigger.
May 25, 2014
June 2 will be a big day for Obama—and an even bigger day for the planet