By Steven Mufson
Washington Post Staff Writer
Sunday, January 2, 2011
The headline news for the coal industry in 2010 was what didn't happen: Construction did not begin on a single new coal-fired power plant in the United States for the second straight year
"Coal is a dead man walkin'," says Kevin Parker, global head of asset management and a member of the executive committee at Deutsche Bank. "Banks won't finance them. Insurance companies won't insure them. The EPA is coming after them. . . . And the economics to make it clean don't work."
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Anybody who is being a hypocrite, and thinks they can continue to make money off the stuff that's killing the planet and some how survive the consequences is evil or daft.
This is a fight to preserve an Earth that will support civilization. Fights don't get more important than that.