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- Two reports highlighting the impacts of coal mining on people and wildlife were researched and published. 
- I met coal minister Sriprakash Jaiswal and gave him over one lakh petitions supporting forests over coal mining. He promised to discuss the issue in detail with us and other stakeholders. 
- We were joined by actor Abhay Deol and the news channel Times Now on a hot-air balloon ride, which recorded the density and extent of the Mahan forest in Madhya Pradesh threatened by coal mining. This story has helped highlight the issue and the coal minister has agreed to respond to the news channel. 
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The forests of Central India face a serious threat from coal mining. These forests support wildlife like tigers and leopards and livelihoods of millions of people. Coal mining will harm all of them.
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