Whether you like it, whether you don’t like it, whether you believe it’s important for climate, whether you imagine somehow it doesn’t matter—it’s irrelevant because that’s where we’re headed,” said Richard Reavey, vice president of government and public affairs for Cloud Peak Energy, one of the country’s largest coal producers.
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