Data driven: U.S. coal production fell 25% last year
In three of the top five coal-producing states, production declined about 30%.
(George Barker is a journalism/CS major at Northeastern University. He’s worked for the Harvard Business Review and as campus and sports editor for The Huntington News.)
BOSTON (Callaway Climate Insights) — Coal production within the U.S. plummeted last year, with 2020’s U.S. production of 534,302,000 short tons representing a 24.4% decline from 2019 and…
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