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Digging yourself a hole: how Australia is keeping coal current

Mariah Sampson

30th August, 2017

The Adani-Carmichael Coal Mine is an enduring stain on Australia’s underdeveloped environmental policies, with new fraud cases and environmental assessment reports weighing the venture down. Australian environmentalist MARIAH SAMPSON takes a look at the current state of affairs surrounding the plans for the biggest open coal mine in the world. more...
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Spanish mountains under threat from open cast coal mining

Almudena Serpis

26th October, 2011

Almudena Serpis reports on the activists taking action against the expansion of coal mining in the beautiful and ecologically important Lacaiana valley more...
anti-coal protesters at the Defend Huntington Lane camp

Activists square up to coal mine threatening 'Lord of the Rings' site

Sarah Bentley

3rd May, 2011

Sarah Bentley reports from the activist camp standing in the way of an open cast coal mine in Shropshire in an area said to have inspired Tolkien's Middle Earth more...

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