A man walks near a coal-fired power plant in Harbin, China, 27 November 2019 (Photo: Reuters/Jason Lee).

Authors: Wei Li, Sydney University and Lei Zhang, Yanzhou Coal Mining Ltd When President Xi Jinping committed China to achieving carbon neutrality by 2060 at the UN General Assembly, this was good news for many, including electric vehicle manufacturers and the renewable energies industries. One sector that stands to lose is the coal industry. The […]

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