Coal Is Still Alive And Well In Colombia

Miners push a wagon of coal outside a mine in Cucunuba, Cundinamarca Department, Colombia, on Friday, July 28, 2017. Colombia is set to produce a record of more than 90 million tons of the fossil fuel this year, its biggest export after oil. Colombia continues to bet on coal, even as global demand tapers off because the world is switching to cleaner fuels. Photographer: Nicolo Filippo Rosso/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Miners push a wagon of coal outside a mine in Cucunuba, Cundinamarca Department, Colombia, on Friday, July 28, 2017. Colombia is set to produce a record of more than 90 million tons of the fossil fuel this year, its biggest export after oil. Colombia continues to bet on coal, even as global demand tapers off because the world is switching to cleaner fuels. Photographer: Nicolo Filippo Rosso/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Coal Is Still Alive And Well In Colombia
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