In Colorado, a Win for Forests Over Dirty Coal
A federal judge has blocked the 2,000-acre expansion of a coal mine in the wildlands of Colorado's Gunnison National Forest, responding to a suit by the Center and other groups. His ruling ordered the Trump administration to consider limiting methane emissions and address potential harm to water and fish.
"Methane pollution is a climate-killer, and we hope this decision will spell the end of unlimited emissions from this coal mine," said Allison Melton, a Center attorney.
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