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'''Coal moratorium''' refers to a halt in construction of new-coal fired power plants. Some proponents of such a moratorium make an exception for plants that include coal capture and sequestration; others propose an unqualified ban. The movement for a coal moratorium is also known as the No New Coal Plants movement. '''Coal moratorium''' refers to a halt in construction of new-coal fired power plants. Some proponents of such a moratorium make an exception for plants that include coal capture and sequestration; others propose an unqualified ban. The movement for a coal moratorium is also known as the No New Coal Plants movement.
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* [http://www.nonewcoalmines.org.au/ No New Coal Mines] * [http://www.nonewcoalmines.org.au/ No New Coal Mines]
* [http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php/Coal_moratorium Coal moratorium], SourceWatch * [http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php/Coal_moratorium Coal moratorium], SourceWatch
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Open letter backing the President of Kiribati’s call for a moratorium on new coal mines
Open letter backing the President of Kiribati’s call for a moratorium on new coal mines

Coal moratorium refers to a halt in construction of new-coal fired power plants. Some proponents of such a moratorium make an exception for plants that include coal capture and sequestration; others propose an unqualified ban. The movement for a coal moratorium is also known as the No New Coal Plants movement.

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