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Coal job cuts coming, report finds

QUEENSLAND will likely be the fifth worst-affected coal mining region globally in a spate of job losses coming in the sector a study by Global Energy Monitor, a fossil fuel project cataloguer, has found. This is before any coal phase-out policies are factored in.

Queensland could be the worst affected Australian coal region for global job cuts.

Queensland could be the worst affected Australian coal region for global job cuts.

GEM's Scraping By report finds 414,200 workers are operating mines that may reach the end of their operation before 2035 globally. By 2050, it reckons, 990,200 coal mine jobs will no longer exist at...

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