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Japan and China Should Stop Promoting Coal Around the World

Few nations can spare a thought for anything right now except battling Covid-19 and mitigating its economic fallout. But it’s essential that their rescue efforts don’t add to an even bigger global danger: climate change. The governments of China and Japan, especially, need to keep this in mind. By continuing to fund new coal projects at home and abroad, Asia’s

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