Cut coal — no more business-as-usual

Mackenzie, Jim
June 2009
Green Left Weekly;6/3/2009, Issue 797, p1
The article reports on the need to reduce carbon pollution and stop the use of burning coal for energy consumption in Australia which can lead to the end of carbon emission and promotion of the renewable energy industry.


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