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  1. Coal: Unplugged « Public Citizen Blog
    January 19, 2008 @ 9:38 am

    […] Public Citizen was actively involved in fighting several proposed facilities. As we mentioned in an earlier post, Robert Redford produced and narrated a documentary about the Texas […]

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  2. Thomas J Rowan
    August 3, 2008 @ 8:18 pm

    I was at the ‘Top of the Rock’ this morning and from there you can see the tops of many buildings that could support windmills and solar collectors to offset fossil or nuclear or fossil fuels currently used to produce electricity. The capitualtion of governments to the coal and oil interests is not democracy. It is cow-towing to big dirty fossil fuel giants that have little concern for the health and well being of the population. Call it what you want, coal is not the fuel we need as we move ahead.
    The poliiticians need to hear the people or if they turn a deaf ear then the population will turn them out of office.

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  3. The fight against coal « citizenvox.org
    August 13, 2008 @ 12:41 pm

    […] plants, Public Citizen and other environmental groups recently hosted screening’s of “Fighting Goliath: Texas Coal Wars,” a documentary produced by Robert Redford that chronicles the fight against several new coal […]

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