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Tallying coal’s hidden cost

A recent study by researchers at Harvard Medical School’s Center for Health and the Global Environment tried to quantify the true cost of coal. Their figure for public health impacts alone is betweeen $140 billion and $242 billion. The study’s worst case estimate is over $500 billion a year. GR

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