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IEA: Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions

The Potential of Coal

April 2005

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This report by the IEA's Coal Industry Advisory Board explores the potential for technology to substantially reduce greenhouse gas emissions from burning coal and urges governments to assist the development of clean coal technologies.

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