There’s no such thing as clean coal.
It would be funny if it wouldn’t be sad.
More like Nether-nocoalburninghere-lands.
“It is quite an irony that forming the coal that today is a major factor for dangerous global warming once almost lead to global glaciation,” the author said.
It’s not news that clean coal doesn’t exist — the news is that execs are admitting it.
It’s the disproval of every Trump narrative around renewable energy.
It’s an important milestone, but there’s still a long way to go.
The old making way for the new.
A step in the right direction.
Everyone with sense except Australia’s Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, realizes coal is done for.
Seriously ambitious action is needed if we’re to avert 1.5 C of global warming.
It’s been a long and crazy ride, but coal’s time seems to be finally fading away.
The coal industry seems to be singing its swan song, despite political efforts to save it.
A completely radical approach to fighting the dirtiest energy source.
The coal industry is tanking — hundreds of thousands are getting fired, while execs are getting a raise. One startling study found how little it takes to retrain those laid-off.
It’s a reveal which unfortunately surprises no one.
The largest and last coal-fired plant in operation in Scotland was officially shut down, marking an end to an 115-years-long history of burning coal in the country.
The Chinese government seems determined to phase out coal from their economy.
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