How wildlife vie for space on the coal fields of U.S. public lands

Council for all wildlife

IMG_9020 A stream that runs by the Alton Coal Mine.

The Department of the Interior and the Bureau of Land Management are conducting a three-year Review of the Federal Coal Program. Around 40 percent of U.S. coal is produced on public lands. These are the same lands which are the homes of wildlife, magnificent trees, and beautiful wilderness. Coal and other industrialization pollute and harm these lands and the wild animals and plants that live there.

 

The DOI and the BLM are accepting comments on the future use of public lands to produce coal. For the email address where you may send your comment, please see below. The deadline for comments is July 28, 2016. The following has been sent in as a comment. It is published here in two parts.

Part One

By Sharon St Joan

Thank you to the Department of the Interior and the Bureau of Land…

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