Greta Thunberg, on German coal mine visit, questions 2038 fuel exit date

Greta Thunberg, Swedish "Fridays for Future" climate activist, stands at the edge of the Hambach open-cast brown coal mine of German utility RWE, west of Cologne, Germany, August 10, 2019. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay

FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Swedish teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg, on a visit to a German anti-coal protest camp, questioned whether the country should continue to use the fuel to generate power for another 20 years as the government plans. Thunberg, the most visible spokeswoman of the Fridays for Future movement of students striking to demand […]

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