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Clean coal: The imperative for clean coal in Australia. Energy World. July/August 2005 P. 14-15

Coal provides 85% of Australia’s electricity, so it is not surprising to see a good deal of activity there aimed at accelerating the arrival of cleaner coal technology, including the establishment of COAL21 - a coal industry initiative aimed specifically at reducing carbon emissions from coal-fired power generation. The keynote address at COAL21’s recent conference was given by Eileen Claussen, President of the US-based Pew Centre on Global Climate Change.

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