‘Biggest new coal mine’ in the world gets an ‘Honest Advert’ skewering

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While the rest of the world slowly warms up to renewable energy and alternate power sources, it is so refreshing that one country continues to break away from its progressive counterparts.

Six years since its proposal to the Queensland state government in Australia, Adani’s Carmichael Coal Mine and Rail Project has made a significant step toward complete approval. 

It’s set to become largest coal new coal mine in the world. The proposal estimates a 60-year use of the mine, which will generate an estimated 4.7 billion tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions, according to Environmental Law Australia (ELA). Read more…

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