U.S. Coal Consumption Drops To Lowest Level In 40 Years

Frustrating the president’s pledges to bring back the industry, the U.S. Energy Information Administration projected this week that America will end 2018 having used less coal than any time since 1979. What do you think?

“Good on the U.S. for finally recognizing its role in climate change, doing nothing, and waiting until market forces just happen to counteract it!”

Sanya Hodson • Cog Greaser

“Jesus—then how are our nation’s steamboats getting around?”

Terrence Frazier • Prawn Cleaner

Advertisement

“At this rate, we’ll never be able to compete with China’s smog density!”

Tylor Skinner • Statistics Enthusiast

Share This Story