U.K. ditches burning coal for power as part of sustainability

Coal made up nearly a third of planet-warming carbon emissions in 2018, and critics say countries need to cast it aside at a much faster rate. But in the U.K., where coal was once king, its use has been plummeting. From Northern England, Roxana Saberi shows us how it's being done.

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