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Coal in Europe: what future? Prospects of the coal industry and impacts study of the Kyoto protocol

Ekawan Rudianto
Abstract : From the industrial revolution to the 1960s, coal was massively consumed in Europe and its utilisation was constantly raised. In the aftermath of World War II, coal had also an important part in reconstruction of Western Europe's economy. However, since the late 1960s, its demand has been declining. There is a (mis-)conception from a number of policy makers that saying coal mining and utilisation in Europe is unnecessary. Therefore in the European Union (EU) Green Paper 2000, coal is described as an
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Ekawan Rudianto. Coal in Europe: what future? Prospects of the coal industry and impacts study of the Kyoto protocol. Sciences of the Universe [physics]. École Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Paris, 2006. English. ⟨pastel-00004737⟩

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