Resources

Burden of Disease Attributable to Coal-Burning and Other Major Sources of Air Pollution in China

The following report provides the first comprehensive assessment of current and predicted occurrences of disease that can be attributed to the burning of coal and other major sources of air pollution in China at the national and provincial levels. It describes the objectives, methods, and results of the GBD MAPS analysis for China and its provinces.

Dodging clean up costs: Six tricks coal mining companies play

This report looks at six methods that coal companies operating in Australia currently use to avoid, minimize or delay their rehabilitation obligations in New South Wales and Queensland. The report finds that the existing legal framework allows public and private companies to rort the system by avoiding their rehabilitation responsibilities. The result is unnecessary, and in some cases extreme, costs that are borne by the taxpayer when proper rehabilitation is performed.