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Bosnian miners fear being left behind for green future


For generations, life in Bosnian's Breza has revolved around the coal mine but the coming transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy is threatening the economic artery that was the pride of communist Yugoslavia. Bosnia, which nurtures hopes of one day joining the European Union, has pledged to transition to renewable energy sources by 2050. Experts say it will be even faster.

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