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  • Energy capacity market consultation response

    We are concerned that the 2024 coal phase-out date is being used by the UK Government to deflect criticism for its support of using coal up until that date, when what we need is the most rapid phase-out of coal that is possible as the UK careers further from its climate targets…

  • Lloyd’s of London marketplace & coal insurance – FAQs

    Firstly, it’s nothing at all to do with Lloyd’s PLC, the bank – they’re not great either, but that’s another story. Lloyd’s of London is a large insurance corporation with an HQ in London….

  • Phone ARK to Stop Adani

    Call staff members at ARK to ask them to rule out insuring the Adani coal mine.

  • Stop Adani – Contact ARK on LinkedIn

    Send Ark Insurance’s management LinkedIn messages and get them to stop insuring the Adani coal mine.

  • Whitehaven coal mine decision due – Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is no excuse to mine

    Several years ago West Cumbria Mining Ltd, backed by an Australian company applied to extract coal from a new underground coking coal mine under the sea by Whitehaven, Cumbria. A decision is now due, but there are some using the appalling invasion of Ukraine by Russia to justify more mining in the UK.

  • Aberpergwm and the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act

    There is a law in Wales that helps the country all work together to improve the environment, the economy, the society and the culture. For people, for the planet. For now, and for our future. It is called the Well-being of Future Generations Act. Is it compatible with a coal mine extension at Aberpergwm?

  • Coal Action Network protest outside of Lloyd’s of London AGM

    Last Thursday, 18th May, Coal Action Network protested outside of Lloyd’s of London, for their role in insuring the expansion of the Trans Mountain Pipeline (TMX) and the East Africa Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP).

  • Campaign to stop Aberpergwm

    At the end of November 2021, we noticed the licence application for an extension to ‘Aberpergwm Colliery’ on the little-publicised webpage of the Coal Authority. This webpage contains a listing of all coal mine licences and licence applications and is a good one to bookmark and check back regularly…

  • Key facts: Aberpergwm coal mine expansion

    42 million tonnes during the life of the extension + 30 million tonnes of “middling” coal to be dumped or put back into the coal mine.
    Around 100 million tonnes of CO2 and up to 1.17 million tonnes of methane could be emitted during…

  • Aberpergwm FAQs & Action for local residents

    Energybuild hasn’t been keeping local people in the loop, so we thought we would! Volunteers from Neath Port Talbot Friends of the Earth have given out flyers in Glynneath to start conversations and direct people towards this information about the mine expansion…