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TODAY’S STUDY: WHY NOT TO BET ON COAL

In the case of coal, Wordsworth was wrong.“The world is too much with us,” Wordsworth wrote in an immortal 19th century poem. “Getting and spending, we lay waste our powers; Little we see in Nature that is ours…”But in the case of today’s coal, taking note of “getting and spending” will bring “Nature” closer.The evils of coal are thoroughly chronicled. The spew that comes with bu
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