Workers load coal from a truck at a process station for sale in Tangxian in China’s Hebei province. In the province, a few dozen miles from Beijing, coal use has long been a way of life. But residents of Tang County said they see change coming as Chinese leaders pledge to cut back on the kind of rampant coal use that has made this country the world’s biggest emitter of greenhouse gases.
Workers load coal from a truck at a process station for sale in Tangxian in China’s Hebei province. In the province, a few dozen miles from Beijing, coal use has long been a way of life. But residents of Tang County said they see change coming as Chinese leaders pledge to cut back on the kind of rampant coal use that has made this country the world’s biggest emitter of greenhouse gases. Andy Wong Associated Press
Workers load coal from a truck at a process station for sale in Tangxian in China’s Hebei province. In the province, a few dozen miles from Beijing, coal use has long been a way of life. But residents of Tang County said they see change coming as Chinese leaders pledge to cut back on the kind of rampant coal use that has made this country the world’s biggest emitter of greenhouse gases. Andy Wong Associated Press

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