What would Trump 2.0 mean for coal?

E&E News | Jun. 26, 2024

While the winner of the November election may not determine the ultimate fate of coal — which is in steep decline in the U.S. — the next president could influence how long it sticks around as a source of power in a climate-constrained world… “I don’t think the U.S. will produce more coal under Trump versus Biden. We saw in Trump’s prior term as president that he made these big promises to bring back coal, especially in West Virginia, and none of that came to pass,” said Mary Ann Hitt, the former director of the Sierra Club’s Beyond Coal campaign who now directs U.S. Initiatives at Climate Imperative.

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