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As world politicians met in Bangkok for talkson global warming, Greenpeace exposed the fossil fuel problemat one of its sources, in the Arctic, carrying out an action at theSvea Coal Mine and hindering Arctic coal from being exportedto European coal fired power plants.Coal burning is the greatestthreat to climate, accounting for over 40% of all global warmingpollution, making it the largest single source of the problem.Greenpeace is urging the world leaders to secure a fair,ambitious and binding agreement at the Copenhagen climatemeeting this December.
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