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The death of coal-fired power is inevitable — yet the government still has no plan to help its workforce

By Chris Briggs, Research Principal, Institute for Sustainable Futures, University of Technology Sydney
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Yallourn power station, Australia’s oldest and dirtiest coal plant, will close four years ahead of schedule. Without a national policy, coal workers are left dangerously exposed.

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