Coal isn't dead. U.S. coal production is projected to stay constant for three decades. Coal remains the biggest source of fuel for generating electricity in the U.S. with future demand driven by China. Demand is being stoked by the rise of power-hungry middle classes in emerging economies, led by China and India. By the end of this decade, coal is expected to surpass oil as the world's dominant fuel source, according to a recent study by consultant Wood Mackenzie.

The EPA decision is the biggest one of all, and the court got it right

from The Washington Post,

The Supreme Court announced this term’s most momentous decision on the term’s last day. Thursday’s 6-to-3 ruling, although it lacked the cymbal-crash clarity and political wallop of the 5-to-4 decision overturning Roe v. Wade, matters more. It blocks the Environmental Protection Agency from claiming an enormously consequential power that Congress did not clearly grant, and defends the Constitution’s essence: the separation of powers.

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