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Remains of coal miners in New Zealand discovered deep underground, 11 years after 29 people died in disaster

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Climate activists had hoped that this month’s United Nations climate summit COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland, would push countries to phase out coal use. After China and India demanded last-minute changes, the final language of the summit agreement called for countries to gradually reduce their use of coal and “inefficient fossil fuel subsidies, acknowledging the need for support towards a just transition”.

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