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Europe Is Turning to Coal. What Does That Mean for Climate Change?

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Europe is stepping up its coal consumption as it tries to reduce reliance on Russian energy. WSJ’s Juan Forero and Phred Dvorak explain why Europe needs coal so badly, and what the consequences will be for the continent’s transition to cleaner energy.

Further Reading

Europe’s Coal-Buying Frenzy Means Windfall for Producers 

Europe’s Energy Crisis Threatens to Slow Green Transition 

Further Listening

Germany’s Difficult Breakup with Russian Energy 

If Russia Invades Ukraine, Can the U.S. Deliver on Sanctions? 

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