Popovich, Luke
August 2009
Coal Age;Aug2009, Vol. 114 Issue 8, p12
Trade Publication
The article comments on California's predicament regarding the production of fossil fuels. It states that when California's politicians at home want to produce fossil fuels, their Congressional brethren including, Nancy Pelosi, Henry Waxman and Barbara Boxer, want to curb them, by supporting climate change bill. It highlights that the bill would place coal-based power plants at ground zero in an ambitious attempt to slow or stop the growth of carbon emissions from fossil fuels.


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