Australia’s NSW puts end to coal-for-export mine amid climate concerns

Published 12:29 on September 18, 2019  /  Last updated at 21:56 on September 18, 2019  /  Asia Pacific, Australia  /  No Comments

The Independent Planning Commission in Australia’s New South Wales on Wednesday rejected plans by South Korean firm KEPCO to build a new coal mine, citing environmental impact concerns and that the company had not done enough to limit greenhouse gas emissions.

The Independent Planning Commission in Australia’s New South Wales on Wednesday rejected plans by South Korean firm KEPCO to build a new coal mine, citing environmental impact concerns and that the company had not done enough to limit greenhouse gas emissions.

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