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Coen Brothers Tackle Clean Coal Myth With New Commercial

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Joining the fight against the American coal industry’s use of “clean coal” as some kind of eco-friendly alternative, the Coen brothers have directed a new commercial debunking the idea. The famous directors, known for their dark films like Fargo and No Country For Old Men, created the spot based on a script and concept supplied by the environmental group, the Reality Coalition. Since last year, this off-shoot of Gore’s Alliance for Climate Protection org has been focusing on the industry’s claims that clean coal technology is worth investing in. Check out the spot below:

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