Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Robert Redford's request for help in saving the Bryce Canyon, Utah area

The headline reads:  Utah approves a mine next to Bryce Canyon for coal America doesn't need.

An excerpt:  The truth is we don't need this coal. The developers claim they have a contract with a Utah utility, but they won't disclose which one. It's questionable whether local utilities even have the need for such sizeable quantities of coal. Instead, rumors indicate that a lot of the coal will be hauled to a West Coast port for shipping, possibly overseas. If the company is so confident there is a market for its product, it should name its buyers.

Read the entire article here.

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