The area around Eskom’s coal-fired plants ranks as the world’s second-largest hot-spot of sulphur dioxide emissions, Greenpeace says.

The level of sulphur dioxide emissions in the Kriel area in Mpumalanga only lags the Norilsk Nickel metal complex in the Russian town of Norilsk, the environmental group said in a statement, citing 2018 data from Nasa satellites...

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