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\'Unburnable carbon\' debunked: Australian Coal Association MP3

Scientists from Australia's Climate Commission say that to stabilise the global climate at two degrees warming or less, the world had to leave about 80 per cent of existing fossil fuel reserves in the ground. Source: abc.net.au

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