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Germany Plans To Move Away From Coal Permanently

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Germany Plans To Move Away From Coal Permanently

Germany Plans To Move Away From Coal Permanently

According to Mother Nature Network, Germany is moving quickly to cut its CO2 emissions.

In what turned out to be a 21 hour marathon negotiation session, government officials, industrialists, union representatives, scientists and environmentalists, agreed upon recommendations that will result in one of the world's largest consumers of coal shutting down 84 coal-fired plants by 2038 and putting even more emphasis on renewable energy.

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