Oregon's Use of Coal Devastating to Powder River Basin Rancher
Kathleen Stephenson's guests include LJ Turner, a rancher whose livelihood, for more than 40 years, has been threatened by the water depletion and strip mining that result from coal extraction. Also present, Robin Everett, an organizer with the Sierra Club's Move Beyond Coal Campaign. The campaign's website explains that despite our efforts to go "green," nearly 40% of Oregon’s power comes from coal, more than both Washington and California; and we use coal from the Powder River Basin of Wyoming where Turner has been a rancher. Turner was in town to speak at Pioneer Square at noon as part of a rally to help end the use of coal in Oregon.
- Length: 23:44 minutes (10.87 MB)
- Format: MP3 Mono 44kHz 64Kbps (CBR)