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A recent Greenpeace report found that Up to 120,000 premature deaths every year result from India’s failure to properly control emissions from a growing number of coal plants throughout the country. Meanwhile, a World Bank report reveals that the rising number of pollution-related health cases costs up to $4.6 bn. Unless significant changes occur, the problem could worsen as officials race to meet burgeoning demand by building a slew of new coal plants throughout the country.

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