I have seen in several places that the 18 coal-fired power plants in Alberta is a puny number of plants compared to the 700 in China. If we take the 1.4 billion people (est. 2016) in China divided by the 700 coal-fired plants, this gives approximately two million people per coal-fired plant.
When the 4.1 million population (est. 2016) of Alberta is divided by the 18 coal-fired power plants, this works out to 226,000 people per coal-fired plant.
How does two million per plant in China compare to 226,000 per plant in Alberta?How many of those 200,000 workers unemployed from the […]