Montana strip mine
18 May Late last week, Earthjustice filed a lawsuit against the State of Montana over the state's decision to lease million tons of coal for strip mining.
How Montanans stopped the largest new coal mine in North America
Colstrip is a city in Rosebud County, Montana, United States. The population was 2, at the census. Established in and incorporated as a city in , Colstrip is the largest city in Rosebud County with 24% of the total population. Colstrip's primary industries are coal mining and electricity production. The mining at Rosebud Mine two miles south of the town is open pit strip.
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Description:The company proposed to negotiate a virtual corner on the bulk of the northern Cheyenne's coal, Iwithout the competitive bidding of earlier sales. Strip mining is much safer because miners do not have to go underground where collapses, gas explosions, and lung diseases are risks. However, the existing electrical transmission capacity that transmits power from Colstrip to the Pacific Northwest may be used to transmit wind energy. Rogers fell out of favor with plant workers, losing — in a close summer vote — his job as business manager for Local of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers IBEW. Environmentalists who have been seeking to close down the Colstrip plant opposed the expansion. Many experts think that the future of Montana's vast coal resources depends on our ability to develop ways to capture and store carbon dioxide in rock formations beneath the ground. The dog no doubt would use it as a urinal.