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Coal cranes, Lethabo Power Station, coal fired electrical plant, South Africa  -  Richard Du Toit
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00498385 Coal cranes, Lethabo Power Station, coal fired electrical plant, South Africa© Richard Du Toit
Coal fired power station provides electricity for capital city, causes heavy air pollution during winter due to inversion layer, Ulan Baatar, Mongolia  -  Colin Monteath/ Hedgehog House
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00481679 Coal fired power station provides electricity for capital city, causes heavy air pollution during winter due to inversion layer, Ulan Baatar, Mongolia© Colin Monteath/ Hedgehog House
Smoke rising from chimneys of coal fired power plant. Page, Coconino County, Arizona, USA. December 2018.
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90851377 Smoke rising from chimneys of coal fired power plant. Page, Coconino County, Arizona, USA. December 2018.©
Navajo Generating Station, an coal fired power plant, Arizona, USA. April.
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90793657 Navajo Generating Station, an coal fired power plant, Arizona, USA. April.© Sylvain Cordier
Wind turbine with stacks of coal fired power station in Amsterdam, Netherlands. May 2013
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90789156 Wind turbine with stacks of coal fired power station in Amsterdam, Netherlands. May 2013© Ashley Cooper
Wind turbine with stacks of coal fired power station in Amsterdam, Netherlands. May 2013
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90789155 Wind turbine with stacks of coal fired power station in Amsterdam, Netherlands. May 2013© Ashley Cooper
Wind turbine with stacks of coal fired power station in Amsterdam, Netherlands. May 2013
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90789154 Wind turbine with stacks of coal fired power station in Amsterdam, Netherlands. May 2013© Ashley Cooper
Wind turbine with stacks of coal fired power station in Amsterdam, Netherlands. May 2013
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90789153 Wind turbine with stacks of coal fired power station in Amsterdam, Netherlands. May 2013© Ashley Cooper
In 2008 China became the worlds largest emitter of greenouse gases, fuelled by high levels of economic growth and electricity mainly being generated by dirty, highly polluting coal fired power station...
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90788599 In 2008 China became the worlds largest emitter of greenouse gases, fuelled by high levels of economic growth and electricity mainly being generated by dirty, highly polluting coal fired power station...© Ashley Cooper
Power lines running from a coal fired power station to an aluminium smelter in Ashington, North East, UK.
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90786809 Power lines running from a coal fired power station to an aluminium smelter in Ashington, North East, UK.© Ashley Cooper
Ratcliffe on Soar coal fired power station in Nottinghamshire, England, UK, November.
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90784371 Ratcliffe on Soar coal fired power station in Nottinghamshire, England, UK, November.© Ashley Cooper
Ratcliffe on Soar coal fired power station in Nottinghamshire, England, UK, November 2004.
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90784370 Ratcliffe on Soar coal fired power station in Nottinghamshire, England, UK, November 2004.© Ashley Cooper
Ratcliffe on Soar coal fired power station from East Midlands Parway Station, Leicestershire, UK. November.
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90784292 Ratcliffe on Soar coal fired power station from East Midlands Parway Station, Leicestershire, UK. November.© Ashley Cooper
Ratcliffe on Soar coal fired power station near Nottingham, UK, showing the cooling towers and chimney rearing up from a mountain of coal
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90784278 Ratcliffe on Soar coal fired power station near Nottingham, UK, showing the cooling towers and chimney rearing up from a mountain of coal© Ashley Cooper
Man stoking boiler at Queens Mill in Burnley, Lancashire, England, UK.  The mill is powered by a steam engine built over 100 years ago and is still powering the mill today.  The steam powered industry...
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90784277 Man stoking boiler at Queens Mill in Burnley, Lancashire, England, UK. The mill is powered by a steam engine built over 100 years ago and is still powering the mill today. The steam powered industry...© Ashley Cooper
Drax power station in Yorkshire,  the largest emitter of CO2 in Europe. Yorkshire, England, UK.
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90784262 Drax power station in Yorkshire, the largest emitter of CO2 in Europe. Yorkshire, England, UK.© Ashley Cooper
Coal stock piles at Drax power station in Yorkshire, UK, which is the largest emitter of CO2 in Europe. Yorkshire, England, UK. August.
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90784261 Coal stock piles at Drax power station in Yorkshire, UK, which is the largest emitter of CO2 in Europe. Yorkshire, England, UK. August.© Ashley Cooper
Ratcliffe on Soar coal fired power station in Nottinghamshire, UK, November.
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90784257 Ratcliffe on Soar coal fired power station in Nottinghamshire, UK, November.© Ashley Cooper
Ratcliffe on Soar coal fired power station at dusk in Leicestershire, England, UK. November 2009.
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90784251 Ratcliffe on Soar coal fired power station at dusk in Leicestershire, England, UK. November 2009.© Ashley Cooper
Ratcliffe on Soar coal fired power station near Nottingham, England, UK, December 2010.
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90784250 Ratcliffe on Soar coal fired power station near Nottingham, England, UK, December 2010.© Ashley Cooper
Ratcliffe on Soar coal fired power station near Nottingham, England, UK, December 2010.
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90784249 Ratcliffe on Soar coal fired power station near Nottingham, England, UK, December 2010.© Ashley Cooper
Emissions from a coal fired power station in Amsterdam, Netherlands. May 2013.
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90782785 Emissions from a coal fired power station in Amsterdam, Netherlands. May 2013.© Ashley Cooper
Emissions from a coal fired power station in Amsterdam, Netherlands. May 2013.
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90782784 Emissions from a coal fired power station in Amsterdam, Netherlands. May 2013.© Ashley Cooper
Ratcliffe on Soar, a massive coal powered power station in Nottinghamshire, with field of oilseed rap in foreground, UK, May 2008.
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90782781 Ratcliffe on Soar, a massive coal powered power station in Nottinghamshire, with field of oilseed rap in foreground, UK, May 2008.© Ashley Cooper
Water vapour from cooling towers at Ratcliffe on Soar massive coal powered power station, Nottinghamshire, England, UK, April 2008.
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90782780 Water vapour from cooling towers at Ratcliffe on Soar massive coal powered power station, Nottinghamshire, England, UK, April 2008.© Ashley Cooper
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
Coal fired power plant and pollution north of Shanghai. China, October 2013.
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90748612 Coal fired power plant and pollution north of Shanghai. China, October 2013.© Gerrit Vyn
Cooling towers of coal fired power station, Ruhr, Germany  -  Martin Dohrn/ npl
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00412015 Cooling towers of coal fired power station, Ruhr, Germany© Martin Dohrn/ npl
Cooling towers of coal-fired power station, Drax Power Station, Goole, North Humberside, Yorkshire, England, may  -  Robin Chittenden/ FLPA
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80090278 Cooling towers of coal-fired power station, Drax Power Station, Goole, North Humberside, Yorkshire, England, may© Robin Chittenden / FLPA
Coal-fired power station at sunset, cooling towers billowing out steam, Drax Power Station, Goole, North Humberside, Yorkshire, England  -  John Eveson/ FLPA
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80080782 Coal-fired power station at sunset, cooling towers billowing out steam, Drax Power Station, Goole, North Humberside, Yorkshire, England© John Eveson / FLPA
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