West Virginia: EPA to hold hearing on climate plan repeal

US President Donald Trump has ordered the Environmental Protection Agency to begin rolling back Obama-era climate regulations. A two-day public hearing is taking place in West Virginia, the heart of America's coal industry.

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    US President Donald Trump has ordered the Environmental Protection Agency to begin rolling back Obama-era climate regulations.

    A two-day public hearing is taking place in West Virginia, the heart of America's coal industry.

    Miners and environmentalists will discuss the Clean Power Plan - that limits greenhouse carbon emissions, from coal-fired power plants.

    Al Jazeera's Gabriel Elizondo reports from West Virginia.


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