Plumes of smoke rise from Europe’s largest lignite power plant in Belchatow, central Poland. Fossil fuels like coal, oil and gas are transformed into carbon dioxide that is now heating the earth faster than scientists had expected even a few years ago. Photo: AP Plumes of smoke rise from Europe’s largest lignite power plant in Belchatow, central Poland. Fossil fuels like coal, oil and gas are transformed into carbon dioxide that is now heating the earth faster than scientists had expected even a few years ago. Photo: AP
Plumes of smoke rise from Europe’s largest lignite power plant in Belchatow, central Poland. Fossil fuels like coal, oil and gas are transformed into carbon dioxide that is now heating the earth faster than scientists had expected even a few years ago. Photo: AP
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Plumes of smoke rise from Europe’s largest lignite power plant in Belchatow, central Poland. Fossil fuels like coal, oil and gas are transformed into carbon dioxide that is now heating the earth faster than scientists had expected even a few years ago. Photo: AP Plumes of smoke rise from Europe’s largest lignite power plant in Belchatow, central Poland. Fossil fuels like coal, oil and gas are transformed into carbon dioxide that is now heating the earth faster than scientists had expected even a few years ago. Photo: AP
Plumes of smoke rise from Europe’s largest lignite power plant in Belchatow, central Poland. Fossil fuels like coal, oil and gas are transformed into carbon dioxide that is now heating the earth faster than scientists had expected even a few years ago. Photo: AP
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