Signs of the end of coal in China

We’ve reported before on China’s unexpected reduction of coal in both production and consumption. For a report from the Sierra Club and CoalSwarm, it has now been calculated that since 2010 there have been two coal plants decommissioned or canceled for each coal plant that has been built. Does this mean the end of coal? Well, it’s “a first step in a long-haul marathon,” writes Treehugger.

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Signs of the end of coal in China

We’ve reported before on China’s unexpected reduction of coal in both production and consumption. For a report from the Sierra Club and CoalSwarm, it has now been calculated that since 2010 there have been two coal plants decommissioned or canceled for each coal plant that has been built. Does this mean the end of coal? Well, it’s “a first step in a long-haul marathon,” writes Treehugger.

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