Carol Raulston

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Carol Raulston is a spokeswoman for the National Mining Association, the peak US mining industry lobby group.

After Michel Bloomberg's announcement of $50 million grant to the Sierra Club's Beyond Coal Campaign Raulston told the New York Times that "the Sierra Club’s work that he is supporting, is at the extreme end of various efforts to reduce greenhouse gases and is going to have a tremendous negative impact not only on coal miners, but on the states in the heartland that rely on coal to provide affordable electricity to businesses and consumers."[1]

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  1. John M. Broder, "Mayor Gives $50 Million to Anti-Coal Campaign", New York Times,July 21, 2011.

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