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Finland plans to phase out coal by 2030

Finland's Economic Affairs Minister Olli Rehn unveiles the Finnish government's plans for energy and climate strategy in Helsinki, Finland, on Thursday, Nov. 24, 2016. In a move to cut greenhouse gas emissions, Finland on Thursday announced plans to phase out coal within 14 years, cut oil imports by half and substantially increase the number of electric cars on the roads, partly to meet targets set by the European Union. (Jussi Nukari/ Lehtikuva via AP)

 

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