The International Coal Association, the world’s biggest trade association for the coal industry, has published a report on what the world will be doing with coal in 30 years.

The industry’s annual report, which covers the next five years, has been released to mark the 50th anniversary of the International Coal Council.

Here are the findings of the report, based on the views of the group’s presidents, C. Peter Smith and Peter Biernat.

A major industry in the future coal industry: Coal ash and other forms of coal are in high demand, both in China and across the globe.

Coal ash is being used to make steel and cement.

Coal is used in building materials, including the roofing and building insulation materials used in many houses.

In recent years, China has seen a huge surge in demand for coal ash.

This has led to more coal mines opening and increased imports from other countries.

China has also begun to reduce its dependence on coal and is currently exporting around 40% of its coal.

However, China is also increasingly turning to cheaper sources of coal, such as solar panels and natural gas.

This is creating an opportunity for the global coal industry.

Coal and terra firma: China has been turning to a range of alternative coal products, including coal and terras imperator.

China currently imports around 65% of all its coal and imports about 30% of the global supply.

Terras imperators are mainly used in the United States, Europe and Japan.

The terra imperator, which is a high-temperature, low-oxygen, high-volume coal combustion unit, has a range that is very different to the high-temp, low oxygen, high volume coal combustion units used in modern coal-fired power plants.

Terra firmas are highly polluting, and the global market for terra firas is very small, but China has already set a high example of using coal and coal ash as fuel in its own development.

A transition to renewable energy sources: In the last two decades, China’s coal use has grown from about 25% of coal production in 1997 to more than 70% today.

Renewable energy is becoming more important, as solar and wind energy are being installed in large numbers.

China is the world leader in renewable energy, and this will have a significant impact on the world economy and on the global carbon cycle.

China will use about 50% of solar and 40% on wind by 2030.

But, as it grows, China will be also developing its own technologies for developing renewable energy resources.

Coal-fired plants are still the most polluting sources of greenhouse gas emissions in China.

As a result, coal- and terrapin-fired energy generation will continue to be the world´s leading source of greenhouse gases.

The world will eventually become a carbon-neutral society, meaning that the emissions from its coal-burning economy will be completely offset by the carbon dioxide emissions from the generation of all other energy.

Coal reserves are being exhausted: Coal reserves, which are a large part of the worlds total reserves of carbon dioxide, are in decline in the world, and many of these reserves will eventually be exhausted.

In 2030, the coal reserves will have depleted by 80%.

China´s coal reserves have been decreasing over the past 15 years, and China has set ambitious targets to cut coal emissions and to achieve 100% renewable energy by 2030 and 50% by 2050.

In 2020, China had a coal-free year, and it aims to achieve a 50% carbon-free energy by 2050, and an 80% by 2100.

China also aims to reduce emissions of greenhouse gasses from coal-based power plants and from its transportation sector.

Coal will be replaced by solar power, which can supply about 70% of electricity in 2030.

China’s energy demand in 2030 will be about 60% of what it is today.

The country´s energy demand will grow by 7.6% per year and by 8.3% per decade.

Coal’s use in the energy sector is also expected to increase over the next three years, because of the increasing demand for solar power.

China´ has pledged to use 100% of energy from solar by 2020, and will be the first country to achieve this by 2030, but this will only happen if all the world stops using coal.

China hopes to increase solar penetration in China by around 70% in the near future.

The report also highlights a shift in China´ focus on its energy sector, saying China will focus on a more diversified energy portfolio over the coming decade.