Finland passed a proposal to actually ban coal for wellness of climate and so could be first nation to do this. In a statement issued by a Finnish official it is said that “As a verge to find alternatives of natural energy sources and as a climate health strategy, country already declined usage of coal and focusing more on renewable energy usage. Soon cool may be out of countries market.”
Coal is a big energy source and easily available in nature but its impacts in climate are also fierce. Many countries in world which are worrying about climate and nature are looking for alternatives of coal and oil but Finland may be 1st one which officially passes a bill to ban oil. Other countries like UK, Austria, France, and the Netherlands have also announced their plans to eliminate coal’s usage within one and half decade. U.S. state of Oregon is also thinking about taking a step like Finland’s to ban coal by 2035.
Although Finland shows it’s intensions regarding coal and its effect in climate but it couldn’t be an immediately coming in effect step. After making a complete report on this matter, proposal will be presented in parliament in March for approval.
So final words in this will come in March but such initiatives from countries are instances of global awareness and worries about climate changes issues and efforts in energy preservation.