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Dutch parliament votes to shut down all of the country's coal plants

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Sep 28, 2016 01:06 AM
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by Cat DiStasio last modified Sep 26, 2016

The Dutch parliament voted Thursday night to shutter the nation’s coal industry in order to achieve a 55-percent cut in carbon dioxide emissions by 2030. The vote, which is not yet binding, would require shutting down the five coal power plants currently operating in the Netherlands, three of which just came online in 2015. Slashing CO2 emissions by 55 percent would bring the country’s emissions in line with the targets set by the Paris climate deal last December, and set a strong precedent among...





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