All hands needed for clean energy March 14, 2020
Claire Richards, PhD, PSR climate ambassador, Washington PSR | The Columbian
I agree that coal is a dying industry and that we should retrain these workers for wind and solar industries (“Enough talk – time to act with coal in decline,” The Columbian, March 10). But there is no reason that coal workers should be out of work. To transition to renewable energy at the necessary scale, we need all hands on deck.
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