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The world’s advanced economies have committed to phasing out coal over the next seven years. But not Japan, which stands alone insisting it can make coal less damaging to the planet. Nowhere is that more evident than at the nation’s largest coal-fired power plant in Hekinan, a small city in central Japan where 400,000 tons of jet-black piles are...