China’s Coal Capital Is Dying As Local Natural Resources Are Exhausted by South China Morning Post
China’s coal region has been particularly hard hit as the trend for renewable energy continues to grow, with the outflow of people compounded by low birth rates and ageing populations. We analyse 85 cities in three provinces to show how subsidence is affecting mining towns and social issues are impacting the region.
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CreditsMarcelo Duhalde; Dennis Wong; Elaine Chan