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Lorries hauling coal to a coal fired power plant, Dongsheng, Inner Mongolia, China. March 2009. In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases.
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90782515 Lorries hauling coal to a coal fired power plant, Dongsheng, Inner Mongolia, China. March 2009. In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases.© Ashley Cooper
Low grade coal from an open cast coal mine near Heihe, Northern China, March 2009.
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90782502 Low grade coal from an open cast coal mine near Heihe, Northern China, March 2009.© Ashley Cooper
Electricity pylons across Inner Mongolia, Northern China, March 2009.
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90782500 Electricity pylons across Inner Mongolia, Northern China, March 2009.© Ashley Cooper
Chinese man collects coal that has fallen from lorries taking coal from an open cast coal mine to power plants near Heihe on the Chinese Russian border
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90782419 Chinese man collects coal that has fallen from lorries taking coal from an open cast coal mine to power plants near Heihe on the Chinese Russian border© Ashley Cooper
Electricity pylons, Northern China, March 209.
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90782418 Electricity pylons, Northern China, March 209.© Ashley Cooper
Dwellings in Suihua with smoke coming out from the chimneys, Heilongjiang Province, China.
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90782417 Dwellings in Suihua with smoke coming out from the chimneys, Heilongjiang Province, China.© Ashley Cooper
Coal fired power station, Suihua, Heilongjiang Province, China. March 2009. In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases.
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90782415 Coal fired power station, Suihua, Heilongjiang Province, China. March 2009. In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases.© Ashley Cooper
Coal fired power station, Harbin, Heilongjiang Province, China. March 2009. In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases.
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90782414 Coal fired power station, Harbin, Heilongjiang Province, China. March 2009. In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases.© Ashley Cooper
Coal fired power station, north of Beijing, China. March 2009. In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases.
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90782412 Coal fired power station, north of Beijing, China. March 2009. In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases.© Ashley Cooper
Man breaking up coal for domestic use. China, March 2009. In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases.
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90782410 Man breaking up coal for domestic use. China, March 2009. In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases.© Ashley Cooper
Coal fired cement factory billows smoke, Tongshuan, Shanxi Province, China. March 2009. In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases.
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90782409 Coal fired cement factory billows smoke, Tongshuan, Shanxi Province, China. March 2009. In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases.© Ashley Cooper
Coal fired power plant being constructed in Inner Mongolia, China, March 2009. In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases.
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90782406 Coal fired power plant being constructed in Inner Mongolia, China, March 2009. In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases.© Ashley Cooper
Coal fired power station just north of Beijing, China. March 2009. In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases.
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90782403 Coal fired power station just north of Beijing, China. March 2009. In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases.© Ashley Cooper
Hangdang Steel works, with billow of vapor, Hangdang, Northern China. March 2009.
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90782395 Hangdang Steel works, with billow of vapor, Hangdang, Northern China. March 2009.© Ashley Cooper
Smog  over coal fired power plants, Shanxi Province, China. March 2009. In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases.
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90782394 Smog over coal fired power plants, Shanxi Province, China. March 2009. In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases.© Ashley Cooper
Smog  over coal fired power plants, Shanxi Province, China. March 2009. In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases.
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90782390 Smog over coal fired power plants, Shanxi Province, China. March 2009. In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases.© Ashley Cooper
Smog over the pit head of a coal mine near Tongshuan. Shanxi Province, China, March 2009.
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90782389 Smog over the pit head of a coal mine near Tongshuan. Shanxi Province, China, March 2009.© Ashley Cooper
Coal fired cement factory billows smoke in Inner Mongolia, China. March 2009.
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90782376 Coal fired cement factory billows smoke in Inner Mongolia, China. March 2009.© Ashley Cooper
Electricity pylons, in China.  In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases, Northern china. March 2009.
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90782371 Electricity pylons, in China. In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases, Northern china. March 2009.© Ashley Cooper
Electricity pylons, in China.  In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases, Northern china. March 2009.
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90782370 Electricity pylons, in China. In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases, Northern china. March 2009.© Ashley Cooper
Trucks hauling low grade coal from an open cast coal mine near Heihe, Heilongjiang province, China, March 2009. In 2008 china became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases.
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90782367 Trucks hauling low grade coal from an open cast coal mine near Heihe, Heilongjiang province, China, March 2009. In 2008 china became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases.© Ashley Cooper
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