Is it morally wrong for the U.S. to export coal?

Allison Roberts News

Is it morally wrong for the U.S. to export coal? That’s a question some people are asking in the Pacific Northwest. The region has become a transit route for coal dug up in states such as Wyoming and shipped to Asia. Those experts are growing fast. NPR’s Martin Kaste has this story about the backlash.

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