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Rough road ahead without coal

THE dust has barely settled after all the excitement over the Green-slide – in all its different hues – at the federal election and already newly sworn-in federal treasurer Jim Chalmers is warning about the economic precipice Australia is approaching.

The Australian electorate has stubbornly refused to join the dots between coal and the wealth of the nation.

The Australian electorate has stubbornly refused to join the dots between coal and the wealth of the nation.

The dire warnings come at the same time a growing chorus of political entities are calling for the winding down of thermal coal exports by 2030 and scrapping of any more coal and gas power generation....

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