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Coal's slow death in China


China's fight against global warming and quest for bluer skies have caused a decline in the use of coal, a cheap but dirty energy source that powered its economy for decades. That has led to the gradual demise of an industry on which generations of workers relied for a living. Ryan Chua was in Datong, China's former coal capital that has come to symbolize a dying industry.

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Coal's slow death in China


China's fight against global warming and quest for bluer skies have caused a decline in the use of coal, a cheap but dirty energy source that powered its economy for decades. That has led to the gradual demise of an industry on which generations of workers relied for a living. Ryan Chua was in Datong, China's former coal capital that has come to symbolize a dying industry.

 

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COAL'S DECLINE IN CHINA CREDITS

Correspondent - Ryan Chua

Editor - Wang Sisi

Cameraman: Yan Jingwei/ Li Liang/ Ma Wei

 

 

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The global push for sustainable growth


For generations, humankind’s quest for economic growth has led to massive deforestation, a dramatic loss in biodiversity, and rising global temperatures. But as the world today grapples with the impact of unbridled growth on the environment, there have been stronger calls for sustainable ways to grow economies and improve standards of living. Jack Barton set out on a global mission from Asia to Europe to explore solutions.

The global push for sustainable growth


For generations, humankind’s quest for economic growth has led to massive deforestation, a dramatic loss in biodiversity, and rising global temperatures. But as the world today grapples with the impact of unbridled growth on the environment, there have been stronger calls for sustainable ways to grow economies and improve standards of living. Jack Barton set out on a global mission from Asia to Europe to explore solutions.

 

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GOLBAL PUSH FOR SUSTAINABLE GROWTH CREDITS

 

Journalist/Editor: Jack Barton

Cameraman/Camerawomen: Kim Aram, Maud Watine, Michael Hubner, Dan Cawthorne

Producers:  Esther Oxford and Kong Hyunsook