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Global demand for coal falls in 2016 for second year in a row
by Adam Vaughan
The Guardian Translate This Article
13 June 2017
On 13 June 2017 The Guardian reported:
Global demand for coal has fallen for the second consecutive year, according to a BP study, helped by the US and China burning less of the dirtiest fossil fuel. The UK was described as the 'most extreme example' of the trend away from coal, which has resulted in use of the fuel returning to levels not seen since the start of the industrial revolution. China's decreasing reliance on the fuel, large population, and enormous investment in renewables mean it is increasingly being seen as a global leader on climate change . . .
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