The continent's power plants are in need of something new to burn.
The Middle Kingdom is increasing its coal capacity — by a lot.
From the Deutsche Bahn to Mercedes, Baden-Württemberg is fueling its economy through migrant labor, and killing support for the far-right.
Hundreds of trucks carry coal ash to this remote county, breaking up families along the way.
An OZY investigation uncovers that the South bears the burden of America’s trash, from carcinogenic radioactive waste to toxic coal ash and trains of sewage.
The world’s sixth-largest economy loses the size of Nepal’s GDP each year to waste-related pollution.
As climate change talks kick off in Poland, we look at how Beijing and Warsaw, already coal buddies, are enjoying a budding romance over renewable energy too.
He has criticized earlier climate policies and tried to ease regulation, but President Trump’s changes are having little impact.
Shifts in Indian and Chinese energy markets mean an American coal revival is looking increasingly unlikely.
This trailblazing mayor wants a few words with the commander in chief.
In a state known for its plains and oil fields, North Dakota coal could change the world.
Ignored warnings and cavalier coal-mining practices led to Aberfan’s schoolchildren being carried away to an early grave.
The Battle of Blair Mountain saw American miners bombed.
Global demand for coal is still rising; so are coal mining tragedies.
Serbia, Bosnia and their neighbors aren’t afraid to get down and dirty with big coal-energy projects.
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