Michael Webber

Professor at the University of Texas, Austin

Professor at the University of Texas at Austin and Deputy Director of the Energy Institute

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The coal industry  lost  a lot of jobs over the last five years. Many people in regions like West Virginia and Wyoming were hit the hardest, and they blame the Obama administration.

What less coal means for the future of energy

The coal industry lost a lot of jobs over the last five years. Many people in regions like West Virginia and Wyoming were hit the hardest, and they blame the Obama administration.

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