UK Coal Usage Falls to 250 Year Low

The UK’s coal usage has fallen to a low not seen in 250 years, with only 8 million tonnes used in 2019 – similar levels seen in 1769 – a fall of 83% in just five years. Extinction Rebellion activists seemingly refuse to recognise the UK is leading the world on this. As Cameron once promised: vote blue, go green… 

Hat-tip: @DrSimEvans
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