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192. Reopening UK Coal Mines

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In 1920 British coal mines provided employment to over a million men in the UK but by 2010 only three mines remained active. So what was the cause for such a drastic decline and is this an industry with potential of revival?

This Environmental Studies Factsheet examines:
• The cause of industry decline.
• Potential prospects of UK coal mines in 2014.
• Likelihood of the prospects being utilized.

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January 2015

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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