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Chinese Coexist With Coal | The New York Times

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Isn't it normal that a country with almost 1/5 of the population and is currently the 2nd largest economy body (which somehow relates to its power consumption needs) emits 1/5 of carbon dioxide? What's the big fuss? So biased from the very first sentence :/
China is not the only economy in the world that buys Australian, mining ores, agricultural products and education services. Australia has an EXTREMELY HIGH global standing in terms of meeting its export contracts as well as ease and reliability of doing business with it. That reliability cannot be said for China when based on some view acts like a SPITEFUL CHILD and diverts its business elsewhere. It is indeed the ASIAN century - but China is just one part of Asia that is currently or has experiencing a huge rise in incomes - being lifted from EXTREME poverty by developed Western Standards (as well as developed Asian standards Japan, Korea, Singapore and Tiawan). Countries like India 1300 million people, Indonesia 260m, Vietnam 95m are now on the cusp of a massive income and development surge. Australia has FREE AND RELIABLE trade agreements with USA,Japan, Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Chile . It has just signed one with Indonesia and is actively working with India and Vietnam to do the same. So Morib Guy - based on this Australia is now increasing able to divert its exports elsewhere . I SAY THIS - once that limited capacity of product is diverted elsewhere it is hard for it to be replaced. Australian produce is held in high regard for being clean and green - that has been evidenced by your own Chinese public (knowing how polluted China is). SO STOP THREATENING AUSTRALIA..........Our global reputation for a country of 25 million far exceeds its physical population. Our global respect and standing if you asked countries their true feeling with out possibility Chinese repercussions would undoubtedly say AUSTRALIA over CHINA! No carrot and stick required!!!
And now china has overtake the US in building the renewables of the future. What a change few years have made
That sim city background music. Lol
A coal makes many things
Why would you get someone to voice over this video who sounds like they are a lazy geiger counter. It almost makes the vid unwatchable.
Funny that the Chinese can build DIRTY coal power plant after power plant, yet we're shutting down our clean coal plants here in America. Poor people are getting hit the hardest by this, as power prices increase rapidly. Do a search for 'Michigan to close 9 coal power plants due to new regulations, BLACKOUTS now a concern.' Look, I'm all for solar and wind energy, but shutting down our power plants before those technologies go online is a really messed up thing to do to the poor and middle class who are already struggling to stay afloat.

Also, f-off with this corrupt climate science BS. A new NASA study just released shows Antarctic ice is actually growing. Climate science is completely corrupted by government. Al Gore is set to become a multi-billionaire when carbon taxes and cap and trade are implemented. But, billions have never corrupted science, right?
.prc fail

Coal stock

Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.


Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.