SOCS 325 Week 3:
- Article Detail - Tyree, S., & Greenleaf, M. (2009). The environmental injustice of “clean coal”: expanding the national conversation on carbon capture and storage technology to include an analysis of potential environmental justice impacts. Environmental Justice, 2(4), 167-171.
- Assignment Brief - After reading the article “The Environmental Injustice of ‘Clean Coal’: Expanding the National Conversation on Carbon Capture and Storage Technology to Include an Analysis of Potential Environmental Justice Impacts,” by Tyree & Greenleaf, located in Doc Sharing, write a paper summarizing, agreeing, disagreeing, responding to, or reflecting your personal thoughts and observations about the article.
Clean coal is the dirtiest of all the fossil fuels used as an alternate resource for many industry advances, but mainly for power generation. It is also used for many other useful things that most people are not aware of. Coal is ...
SOCS 325 Week 3 Article Summary | The Environmental Injustice of Clean Coal: By Tyree & Greenleaf
- Institution(s): Devry
- Year Published: 2021
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