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Rain makes coal heavy, slippery and harder to dig up. So what does La Niña mean for this already disrupted industry?

By Lurion De Mello, Senior Lecturer in Finance, Macquarie University
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The rain comes as coal demand surges and pressure mounts for the industry to wind back production to help tackle climate change.The Conversation

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