South Korea curbs fossil fuel output to battle pollution

Published 12:12 on November 7, 2018  /  Last updated at 23:18 on November 7, 2018  /  Asia Pacific, South Korea  /  No Comments

South Korea on Wednesday for the first time ordered selected coal- and oil-fired plants to briefly cut output in a bid to reduce air pollution - a move set to become a more regular occurrence impacting CO2 levels next year when the government imposes mandatory rules.

South Korea on Wednesday for the first time ordered selected coal- and oil-fired plants to briefly cut output in a bid to reduce air pollution – a move set to become a more regular occurrence impacting CO2 levels next year when the government imposes mandatory rules.

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