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In the midst of an energy crisis, Germany turns to the dirtiest fossil fuel in the world

In the midst of an energy crisis, Germany turns to the dirtiest fossil fuel in the world

The chimney of the Evonik coal-fired power plant in Marl, Germany, on September 13. This coal-fired plant contributes to supplying a chemical park managed by Evonik. The park employs more than 10,000 people and the plant, which was due to close this year, will be open for at least a year to replace the natural …

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