Report questions coal's role in tackling energy poverty

Will Nichols
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Australian Institute study dismisses argument coal drives growth and finds no evidence of coal companies using the fuel in their own poverty reduction programmes

Coal industry claims that the fuel benefits the world's poorest people have been cast into doubt by a new report that shows coal companies spending their own money on poverty reduction programmes overwhelmingly...

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