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Australia’s gold industry stamped out mercury pollution — now it's coal's turn

By Jenny Fisher, Associate Professor in Atmospheric Chemistry, University of Wollongong
Peter Nelson, Professor Emeritus of Environmental Studies, Macquarie University
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Mercury is a nasty toxin that harms humans and ecosystems. The gold and sugar-cane industries have tackled the problem, and it's time for coal to follow suit.

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