When coal dust blows in, the air turns cloudy, it smells like smoke and it smells of coal.
The dust is not the worst.
It’s just one of those things that we all take for granted, even as we look at the smog that envelops our cities.
But in an attempt to protect our health and the environment, we’ve been fighting to change that, and we’re on the right track.
But the coal dust isn’t the only threat coal pollution poses to the environment.
The coal industry has been blamed for contributing to global warming, deforestation and other problems.
And while we may have stopped most of those problems, coal pollution still looms large in the United States, where the coal industry is responsible for a third of greenhouse gas emissions.
So we’ve developed coal ash, which is basically an ash product that comes from coal mining.
It contains more greenhouse gases than regular coal, and the United Nations estimates that it contributes up to 5 percent of global warming.
But ash is also a pollutant, so it must be handled properly.
Coal ash isn’t just an issue for coal-state residents.
According to the EPA, it is also an issue in communities that use coal as a power source.
A lot of those communities, like those in the Dakotas, are struggling to meet the emissions standards of the Obama administration, which set coal ash emission limits that aren’t going to meet their requirements.
So now, a coalition of grassroots organizations are trying to change those limits.
They’re calling on the U.S. to join the Paris Climate Agreement, which commits the United State to reducing its emissions of carbon dioxide by at least 30 percent from 2005 levels by 2050.
They also want the Obama Administration to establish a federal coal ash storage plan.
That’s a lot of different steps, and a lot will be decided by Congress and the president, but they’re working to address the problems that coal ash is causing, and they’re also trying to create a new way to manage it.
And it all starts with changing the way coal ash gets into our landfills.
In the last two years, we have been fighting coal ash.
And we’ve created the Clean Coal Initiative, which was an initiative of the EPA to create standards that would limit coal ash’s emissions.
The goal was to reduce the amount of coal ash that’s entering the atmosphere.
The first step was to do some research and figure out how much coal ash was entering our land fums and other sources, so we could actually make a plan to minimize that and get that out of the environment in a way that doesn’t cause harm to our environment.
The second step was just to make sure that coal plants are doing their job.
So when they get the dust from a coal plant, they’re cleaning it up.
They’ve got to clean up the dust in the environment that’s coming out of that plant.
And then they have to use that dust to make fertilizer, and then they put it in the ground, which can be an incredibly dangerous process.
And the problem is that that dust is coming out into the air.
It can also enter our soil, where it can pollute groundwater and pollute fish and animals.
And it also gets into waterways, where coal plants discharge it into streams and lakes and the like.
So we have to be very careful in how we dispose of the dust.
We have to do our own research on what’s going on in our coal ash pits.
We have to find out how it’s getting into our soil.
We’ve also been doing some tests, so if we have a problem with our mine or a coal mine, we can go out and look for that and find out what’s happening there.
So when we look into it, we don’t know exactly what it is that’s causing the problem, because it’s still so new, so there’s a possibility that it could be something we’ve overlooked.
But the fact that it’s there, we’re actually trying to correct it.
And that’s something that we’ve tried to do for years.
In 2013, we started an online tool called the “coal ash inventory,” and we started putting together a list of what we knew about what’s in coal ash and how much was going in.
And our website was a place for people to ask questions and we were using social media and asking people what their concern was and we also started a blog and a Facebook page, so people could ask their questions and share what they’re learning.
And so we’ve seen a huge increase in people asking for information about what they were breathing, what they ate, what their skin felt like.
And that led to a lot more awareness and a growing understanding of what was happening.
And what we found was that coal mining operations are a big source of emissions.
And when we put together our inventory, we found that there was a lot to know about the industry.
So what we discovered was that