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Arik Ring - Energy Engineering Expert Aug 3
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Stephen G. Rae Aug 9
Is this the end for ‘king coal’ in Britain? No, has approved a new coal mine in Cumbria!
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ᴊᴏᴀɴɪᴇ ʟᴇᴍᴇʀᴄɪᴇʀ Aug 7
Replying to @RWE_AG
Quit coal
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Blair Palese 🌎 Aug 8
Can’t go there in Australia, can’t go there in India. . “India plans to fell ancient forest to create 40 new fields”
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Patsy Islam-Parsons Aug 6
2036 is an improvement on 2048 but it’s definitely not enough. You can’t compromise with physics.
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Yes and... Aug 8
This has to stop ‼️ How much longer will they put short-term profits over people and planet?
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𝚙𝚕𝚊𝚗𝚎𝚝𝚘𝚏𝚍𝚞𝚋 🔶 Aug 7
Revenue from Glencore's sales of Australian thermal coal was 23% lower in the past 6 months compared to the prior year due to lower demand and prices. Glencore tells investors it will reduce Australian coal production by 7MTS, or 8%, in response.
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Radical Resilience Film Aug 8
In Mannheim, Germany, activists from have blockaded Block 6 of the coal power plant as part of Now they are about to be evicted. Nice action!
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Daniel Mittler 4h
Local governments in China may be making the most important decisions for our climate future right now ...
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EKOenergy Aug 6
"The commitment is notably the first from a Big Oil and Gas company to recognize that significant reductions in oil and gas production must occur within this decade."
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Fossil Banks No Thanks Aug 6
Great news!🎉 We look forward to seeing the details!
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Patrick Freeman Aug 8
plans to fell ancient forest to create 40 new coalfields. This is an absolute crisis that I had ZERO idea about until this morning and I am *horrified*. This is irresponsible at best and malevolent at worst.
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Man In The Mirror 23h
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Elena Gerebizza Aug 6
phasing out coal, finally! 🎉 Now it is time for Sanpaolo to make its move
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♻CleanOceanEnergy♻ Aug 2
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IPEN: toxics-free Aug 3
76 major coal ash accidents in the last decade in India New Report on: Toxic Coal Ash in India
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Sarah Azau Aug 9
Is this the end for ‘king coal’ in Britain?
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PriyaSanjay 15h
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Mara Hammerle Aug 3
Good result. But my first thought is: what does that mean for natural gas production? More coal power generation closed than opened around the world this year, research finds(via )
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Susana Hancock Aug 7
Plan tackling the and could create 76,000 jobs in .
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