Tag: maps

Why Keep our Coal in the Ground?

We know that 40% of our nation’s coal comes from publicly owned deposits primarily in the Rocky Mountain West and that when burned, this coal produces more than 11% of all U.S. greenhouse gas emissions. Now, we have a series of interactive maps showing exactly what this all means, […]

Updated Oak Mesa Map

We updated our interactive Oak Mesa coal mine map, check it out below. Among the new additions, links to the comments we submitted last week on the latest coal exploration proposal, a link to our report documenting the lack of full reclamation at Oxbow’s other coal mine, and […]