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newsletters, editors-pick-list, coal, COP26, Glasgow, IPCC, Newcsatle, Newcastle Herald, climate change, renewables ALMOST 30 years ago a busload of Hunter coal miners descended on Parliament House, Canberra, for a protest campaign called Survival ’92. Record low prices for the Hunter’s main product – thermal coal for power stations – had led to mass layoffs and
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Australia continues to back its coal industry as many Western nations have turned their back on the dirtiest fossil fuel, approving its third coal mine extension in a month and bolstering partnerships for long-term coal exports.  We already know the demand is there, with China requiring increasing coal to bridge its fuel demand gap, but
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ULAANBAATAR — Located just steps from downtown London landmarks like Harrods department store and Hyde Park, The Knightsbridge Apartments, a luxury residential building in the eponymous upscale central London neighborhood, advertises itself as “private homes enjoying levels of service and facilities to rival any five-star hotel.” Boasting white limestone floors, hardwood timber features, a pool,
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