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The Hazelwood coal fired power station in the Latrobe Valley Victoria Australia It uses coal from a
Asset Information : A178-00999

The Hazelwood coal fired power station in the Latrobe Valley, Victoria, Australia. It uses coal from a nearby open cast coal mine, as the Latrobe Valley has massive coal reserves close to the surface. The Hazelwood power plant is trialling carbon capture and storage. This technology is in its infancy and is as yet unproven on a large scale. The only safe place for coal is to leave it in the ground. The industry is responsible for destruction of the landscape as well as fueling climate change. Around 85% of all Australia's power comes from coal, to power a lifestyle which leaves Australians with the largest carbon footprint on the planet.

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Reference: A178-00999 (Rights-Managed)
Contributor: © Ashley Cooper
Created: 05/03/2010 00:00:00
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