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Lloyd's of London, the world's oldest insurance market, has become the latest financial firm to announce that it plans to stop investing in coal companies.
The leading global athletic wear company announced a huge 86-megawatt deal that throws the force of Texas wind power behind its pledge to bring 100 percent of its North American operations into the renewables fold by 2025 seven years earlier than planned.
Just six years ago, more than 40% of Britain's electricity was generated by burning coal. Today, that figure is just 7%.
The National Australia Bank (NAB) is officially the country's first bank to begin to phase out coal support.
Australia’s Newcastle Port, the world’s biggest coal export port, announces shift away from coal (2017)
The new chair of Newcastle Ports in Australia says there's an urgent need to diversify the regional economy and the port's business.
The Powering Past Coal Alliance already consists of 20 countries, with hopes to expand to 50 members over the next year.
Rio Tinto Group, the world's second-largest miner, has been steadily backtracking from coal to focus on better assets.
This year, at the annual COP23 climate conference, Denmark renewed its pledge to end its reliance on coal for the purposes of producing electricity by 2030.