Coal, an abundant resource that can provide power for billions of people around the world, is under threat from climate change.
But the question is: can it be saved?CBS News correspondent Jim Axelrod spoke to scientists and scientists at two of the world’s leading universities about how to save coal from a nuclear catastrophe.
For more than a century, scientists have been trying to find a way to get coal out of the ground.
The solution is called “clean coal” technology.
But what exactly does this mean?
The problem is, coal has been the primary fuel for a long time, and the only way to make it clean is to remove it from the ground and put it back in.
The technology is still being refined and perfected, but it’s clear that coal has a finite life span.
It’s time to move on.
But we also know that we have to think about coal’s impact on the environment.
The world’s largest producer of coal is India, which produces about 7 percent of the global total.
India produces about two-thirds of the coal used worldwide.
In the U.S., the coal-fired power plants account for nearly half of all coal fired power plants.
The pollution from these power plants is so bad, it’s already causing global warming.
In 2015, the U,S.
EPA warned that the amount of CO2 released from these plants is over 40 times greater than the annual amount released by cars and other vehicles.
The problem is that coal plants don’t emit CO2.
They emit CO3.
When coal is burned, CO2 is released.
That’s why coal is the second-most-polluting fossil fuel in the world after oil.
But we also have to consider that there is a problem with CO2 emissions that’s going to impact us.
The CO2 we’re burning is trapping heat in the atmosphere and this is causing global temperatures to rise.
As a result, the world is on track to hit the point where CO2 levels are equal to the levels in pre-industrial times.
In the last few decades, we’ve seen the rise in CO2 from burning coal spike dramatically.
In fact, the last 20 years have seen global CO2 concentrations in the oceans rise by 40 percent.
In this new world, we need to think not just about the pollution that we’re putting into the atmosphere, but also how we’re changing the climate itself.
The solution is to get rid of coal.
If you remove coal from the air and put a gasification plant on it, that’s a much safer option than burning coal.
The gasification process produces CO2 that’s more efficient at trapping heat, while also reducing emissions.
There are many other ways that coal could be recycled.
The carbon capture and storage technology in place at the Great Southern plant, in Louisiana, is one of the most efficient ways to remove CO2 and replace it with electricity.
But the cost of the technology is $5.3 billion.
And that’s just a small fraction of the $1.4 trillion that is needed to get the process up and running in other countries.
To be sure, CO 2 isn’t the only threat to coal.
Fossil fuels are a problem, too.
Carbon pollution from burning fossil fuels and the burning of waste products like cement, asphalt, and paper also causes significant pollution.
The EPA estimates that about 30 percent of CO 2 is released into the air every year, with another 30 percent coming from the burning waste products that are a byproduct of the manufacture of plastics.
The problem with plastic waste is that it’s a by-product of a process called bleaching.
When a plastic product bleaches, the chemical reaction produces a chemical compound called methylene chloride, which is then released into water.
This is a by product of a chemical reaction that occurs in the coal plant.
Another problem is the waste generated by burning fossil fuel is the worst.
Carbon dioxide and methane are two of our major greenhouse gases.
The more carbon dioxide we emit, the more heat we produce.
So, when we burn fossil fuels, we produce more heat than we take out.
The climate change we see today from fossil fuel burning is largely due to climate change from the use of fossil fuels.
The best way to reduce carbon pollution and the pollution from coal plants is to use less fossil fuels in the future.
In an effort to reduce the amount that we burn, the EPA recently finalized a rule that will allow companies to purchase carbon credits, or credits, that can be used to reduce emissions.
In addition to coal, this rule allows companies to buy credits for wind and solar.
But because these credits are available only through 2030, the rule does not apply to other types of clean energy.
The rule also requires that these credits be used as long as the companies are using them to reduce their CO 2 emissions.
So far, the industry is using the credits to buy permits to build solar panels.
The industry will be able to buy these