Coal-fired power stations bad for our health: Greenpeace

AIR pollution from Australia’s coal-fired power stations is responsible for 800 premature deaths, 14,000 asthma symptoms among children and 850 cases of low birth weight in newborns each year, according to a report by Greenpeace.

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Coal-fired power stations are responsible for 800 premature deaths, according to the report..

Greenpeace Australia Pacific spokesman Jonathan Moylan claims the report marks the first time the health impacts of burning coal for electricity have been scientifically assessed at a national level.