It’s Time to End the Age of Coal
We’re excited to announce the launch today of endcoal.org, a user-friendly website that provides information and resources about the dangers of coal and the solutions to meeting global energy needs.
Endcoal.org is a place where the global movement to stop coal can share its stories, resources, and news, and where people new to coal can come to learn about how to fight this dirty energy source. The site has been developed by a suite of environmental, social justice and health advocates from around the world, including Pacific Environment.
Endcoal.org is a hub for all matters coal-related, including resources on the nexus between coal and health, water, climate change, finance and economics, and coal mining. It features the latest news on coal, plus blogs from some of the leading international writers and activists on coal. The site also hosts a brand new interactive map and database that tracks all planned coal plants around the world since 2010.
Need to know how much coal contributes to climate change? Curious about how many people die per year from coal pollution? Want to find the latest reports about coal’s impacts on water? Need quick stats on how many coal plants are planned around the world?
Endcoal.org answers all these questions and many more.