UN Permits China to Burn Coal for a Decade Longer Than Australia

The UN's climate road map will see China continue to burn coal until 2040. (Ralf Vetterle from Pixabay)
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The United Nations (U.N.) has been criticised for giving China a pass to continue firing up coal power stations until 2040 despite pushing Australia, the United States, the United Kingdom, and other OECD countries to halt its use by 2030. U.N. Assistant Secretary-General for Climate Action Selwin Hart unveiled the new climate road map Monday which provided a strict deadline for developed nations to cut out coal. This comes following prior calls from
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