China’s war on pollution could leave Australia dirty coal out in cold

Ecologist: To tackle its serious air pollution, China is imposing stringent restrictions on dirty coal high in ash or sulphur, writes Shabbir Ahmad. One result: half of Australia's coal exports to China face exclusion, or extra 'washing' costs. But Australia's response is not to raise environmental quality. Instead, it's increasing production. if Australia wants to remain an energy exporter far into the future, it should focus on developing renewable energy products. China's recent move to limit imports......

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