NWF   |   March 1, 2012

Coal trains–like this one near the North Antelope Rochelle Mine in Wyoming–can stretch for a mile and a half, belching diesel emissions and toxic dust as they rumble through wildlife habitat and human communities. (photo: Kimon Berlin)

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