FAQs about Coal

7. How does coal affect climate change?

Coal is one of the three major fossil fuels, along with oil and natural gas, which, when burned, produce greenhouse gases. Increasing CO2 in the atmosphere due to the use of coal increases the greenhouse effect of the planet. Consequently, the atmosphere retains more heat than natural and global warming occurs, cause of climate change.

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