Mountains No More

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October 4 Podcast

Kyle T. Kramer enumerates the many ways mountaintop removal violates Catholic social teaching.
Kyle T. Kramer recounts his recent trip to Eastern Kentucky where he witnessed the horrors of mountaintop removal, an injustice that he describes as almost Biblical in scope. In addition to destroying the natural landscape, MTR creates nearly unlivable conditions for the families who live in the vicinity. Kramer explains why all people of faith have a special calling to work against MTR and reduce the energy consumption that feeds the growth of the coal industry.

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