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Well, not just the developing world. Also some of the developed world as well. And the banking world, and Europe, and Australia, and…….
From the Guardian!
World Resources Institute identifies 1,200 coal plants in planning across 59 countries, with about three-quarters in China and India.
Well, they’re leftists, so we know they are math challenged. India and China aren’t opening 3/4 of the 1200 plants, it’s much closer to 2/3.
India is planning 455 new plants compared to 363 in China, which is seeing a slowdown in its coal investments after a vast building programme in the past decade.
Heh, China is slowing down to only planning 363 new coal plants. Some other highlights of the article…..
The huge planned expansion comes despite warnings from politicians, scientists and campaigners that the planet’s fast-rising carbon emissions must peak within a few years if runaway climate change is to be…
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