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Fighting Goliath: Texas Coal Wars

Thomas Schueneman | Thursday July 24th, 2008 | 0 Comments

Fighting Goliath: TExas Coal WarsI was contacted recently by Richard Matson of Snag Films, a new website in beta that allows users to view full-length documentary films for free.

Richard contacted me through my blog GlobalWarmingisReal, suggesting my readers there might be interested in the documentary film Fighting Goliath: Texas Coal Wars.

 

Fighting Goliath follows the story of farmers, ranchers and Mayors fighting against the construction of 18 new coal-burning power plants in Texas. TXU Corp. withdrew eight of the 11 permit applications shortly before the case went to court, when it was announced that shareholders would sell the utility to private equity firms. The film was produced by the Redford Center at the Sundance Preserve and Alpheus Media, and directed by Mat Hames and George Sledge.

It occurs to me that readers of TriplePundit might find this documentary interesting as well. It’s a good example of the power of grassroots activism. Check it out!


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