How has the EPA tried to reduce the amount of coal we burn in America?



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    The EPA only tries to reduce the amount of emissions of CO2 and SO2 released into the atmosphere relative to the amount of coal burnt. They care more about the proper disposal of waste and prevention of the creation of greenhouse gasses than they do about how quickly our resources are used up.

    If anything, they do promote the use of renewable sources of energy. In a way, that is their way of preventing more coal from being burned.

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