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Who has the most coal in the world?


Who has the most coal in the world?

Currently, the country with the most coal in the world is China. The country has reserves estimated at 114 billion tons of coal, allowing it to produce more electricity than any other country in the world. However, China is not the only country with significant coal reserves; India has an estimated 106 billion tons, and the United States has about 33 billion tons.

Poland is also among the top countries with coal reserves, holding an impressive 22 billion tons. Poland’s considerable reserves are mainly due to its position as one of the leading industrial countries in Europe and its large mining sector. Despite this high level of coal production, Poland’s emissions have fallen significantly since the early 2000s thanks to its commitment to low-carbon energy sources such as wind and solar power. This shows that even countries with large amounts of coal can still commit to reducing their climate impact and transitioning to more sustainable energy sources.

Indonesia will no longer mine coal?

Indonesia recently announced that it will stop mining coal, making it one of the first countries in the world to do so. The decision is an important step toward reducing global carbon emissions and combating climate change.

It comes at a time when the country is facing increasing pressure to reduce its dependence on fossil fuels and shift to more sustainable energy sources. Indonesia has long been one of the largest coal exporters, so this new policy marks a dramatic shift for the country’s economy.

The government hopes the move will help accelerate the adoption of renewable energy sources, such as solar, wind and hydropower, to create jobs and reduce pollution.

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