Michael Bloomberg launches $500m campaign to shut US coal plants by 2030

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Beyond Carbon will work with local and state actors to drive clean energy policy, close coal plants and ensure no new fossil fuel power is built

Billionaire businessman Michael Bloomberg has made another bold move to help tackle climate change, pledging $500m towards a new campaign to close every coal-fired power station in the US by 2030. The...

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