Plans to reopen coal mine rejected on climate change grounds

Plans to reopen a coal mine in South Wales have been refused after officers advised that approving the scheme would not be 'globally responsible' in the context of climate change

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Developers Horizon Mining submitted plans in May 2013 to extract 300,000 tonnes of black coalĀ 

Plans to reopen a coal mine in South Wales have been refused after officers advised that approving the scheme would not be "globally responsible" in the context of climate change.

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