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A man is carrying coal
A Bath among Toxic Smoke
Konduki
Over-exploitation in Opencast Coal Mine in Shanxi
Over-exploitation in Opencast Coal Mine in Shanxi
Over-exploitation in Opencast Coal Mine in Shanxi
Over-exploitation in Opencast Coal Mine in Shanxi
Child health in the coal mine
Coal
Safety Sign at the Abandoned Kaymoor Mine
At work
The northenmost coal mine
Coal
Blasting Zone
Coal Boy
Firing up briskets for table grill.
The Old Story
Coal Country
1880 steam train.
Indian Rural Cooking Gas Stove!
15th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Coal

The Cholla Coal Power Plant in Joseph City, Arizona. The plant is slated to close in 2019. While it pumps thousands of tons of nitrogen oxide into the air that cause serious health problems in locals, it also provides jobs that are hard to come by in this area.

TAGS: Arizona, Coal, Power

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El Cerrito, California, United States of America
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Date Taken: 10.2015
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