Coal production has fallen in the past year, but coal-fired power plants are still generating electricity.
The drop was the biggest in the United States in 20 years.
A recent survey by the International Energy Agency shows that coal is expected to drop to 3.5 percent of the US energy mix by 2030.
The report shows that in 2017, coal produced 3.1 percent of US electricity.
That dropped to 2.9 percent in 2018.
A few years ago, the US coal industry was making a lot of money.
It had made billions of dollars in profit from coal, and it had some of the best capital-intensive infrastructure in the world.
But in the last 20 years, coal production has plummeted, and in 2020 it will be less than 0.1% of the power mix.
The coal industry has been losing billions in revenue every year, and coal prices have been low for several years.
The average price for coal is around $30 per ton, and the price has been dropping since the mid-2020s.
There are two ways that coal companies can generate electricity from coal: by burning it, or by using it to produce fuel for electric cars.
Coal has been a major source of power in the US for decades.
However, in recent years, many of the largest coal companies have been shutting down their operations in the wake of falling coal prices.
Many of the coal plants that still have power in North America have shut down because of low gas prices and a lack of investment in new technology to power their plants.
The shutdowns of these coal plants have been particularly devastating for communities in the Midwest, where many coal workers have been displaced and have struggled to find work.
One coal-mining town in Illinois, Ashland, has been experiencing its worst winter in years, with no power for more than a year.
The town has lost nearly 30 percent of its population.
The loss of coal mining jobs is especially bad in the Rust Belt, where communities have been struggling with a lack on housing, food, and healthcare.
In Michigan, where there are over 7,000 coal-related jobs in the state, the unemployment rate has jumped to over 27 percent, with many communities struggling with poverty.
Many Rust Belt cities are seeing an influx of immigrants, particularly from China and India.
The influx of these immigrants has led to a rise in crime, and many cities have seen an increase in drug use and prostitution.
Coal-mining communities in Michigan have also been hit hard by the Great Recession.
The economic downturn has left many people without jobs, and some have seen their wages fall by as much as 60 percent.
Many coal workers in Michigan are struggling to find affordable housing.
In Flint, Michigan, the median household income fell by $1,600 between 2015 and 2018.
The majority of households in Flint have had to make up the difference through out the year.
These low wages and increased crime are also hurting the community, which is also one of the poorest cities in the country.
One of the most visible efforts to help these communities is the Black Lives Matter movement.
Black Lives Matters has gained notoriety for calling for an end to police brutality, and for supporting the rights of people of color.
But the Black Lives Matter movement also supports the continued exploitation of coal mines in the American West.
Black communities are especially vulnerable to the economic downturn because of the fact that the coal industry employs some of America’s poorest people.
This is especially true in states like Arizona, which relies heavily on coal mining for its economic power.
The closure of coal-burning power plants and the subsequent decline in coal mining wages are hurting the local economy, and they have created a lot more problems in communities like Flint, Illinois, Michigan and Ohio.
In order to make a real impact, coal companies need to invest in clean energy technology, and that means more investment in clean-energy jobs.
As the United Nations’ Environment Program points out, coal mining has been the source of pollution for generations.
While coal mining is not the only source of climate pollution, it is the biggest source.
Coal mining has also been a source of poverty for many Americans.
In the past, coal miners in America worked for pennies an hour to make ends meet, but today that is a lot less common.
In many parts of the country, coal workers are getting poorer as coal prices continue to fall, and as coal-dependent industries like the coal mining industry shut down.
The number of coal workers that are now in poverty is higher than it has been in decades.
The United Nations estimated that there are 1.2 million coal miners who are living in poverty in the U.S. The UN’s Sustainable Development Goals have also pushed coal mining companies to invest more in clean technology.
For instance, the company that makes the world’s most powerful coal-powered electric car, Tesla, is spending $4.6 billion to upgrade its electric vehicle manufacturing facility.
The company also plans to invest $1 billion in a new electric vehicle charging station, which will