UN chief António Guterres: 'The coal business is going up in smoke'

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Guterres is set to argue investing in coal is 'bad economics' | Credit: U.S. Mission Photo by Eric Bridiers, Flickr
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Guterres is set to argue investing in coal is 'bad economics' | Credit: U.S. Mission Photo by Eric Bridiers, Flickr

UN Secretary-General offers starkest criticism yet of the outlook for the coal sector, as he calls on India to end support for fossil fuels

Pressure is mounting on India over its continued support for coal, with both UN Secretary-General António Guterres and the CEOs of major Indian corporates uniting in calls for Prime Minister Narenda Modi...

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