Useful links to homepages targeting various aspects of coal transition:
The German NGO Urgewald has put together the first ever database listing all the major companies of this industry.
Working on just transition brings all actors who believe in fair regional redevelopment to the same table: unions, industry, public administration, governments, civil society and others sharing this goal.
The Europe Beyond Coal secretariat supports and coordinates work with civil society groups working across 28 European nations.
Carbon Tracker is an independent financial think tank that carries out in-depth analysis on the impact of the energy transition on capital markets and the potential investment in high-cost, carbon-intensive fossil fuels.
After Coal is a long term community engagement project that uses documentary film and community forums to bring people together to discuss strategies to create a just transition in the coalfields of eastern Kentucky and South Wales.
European Gas Tracker is a searchable map and database covering fossil gas pipelines, power plants, LNG terminals, and extraction sites in the EU and neighboring countries. It is based on 1,500 footnoted pages on the new Global Energy Monitor wiki platform. The page is updated on a periodic basis, allowing the tracker to stay up to date.
The Global Coal Mine Tracker (GCMT) provides information on the world’s major coal mines: every operating mine producing 5 million tonnes per annum (mtpa) or greater, and every proposed mine with a capacity of 1 mtpa or greater. The map and underlying data are updated bi-annually, in January and July. With each update, coverage is expanded to include smaller mines. By January 2022, GCMT will have cataloged every coal mine producing 1 mtpa or greater. Each mine included in the tracker is linked to a wiki page on GEM.wiki, which provides additional details.
energy.instrat.pl is the first data hub for Poland on power market, coal mining and climate, based – free to use under open access license (CC BY-SA 4.0). The platform is established and developed by the Warsaw-based think tank Instrat focusing on energy and environment, digital economy and sustainable finance.
The Bloomberg Global Coal Countdown has one singular mission: To track and count down the world’s remaining coal plant units as decision makers across governments and the private sector work together to accelerate the transition to a clean energy future.
The Global Registry is an open-source database of fossil-fuel production and reserves globally. The Registry aims to improve understanding of extraction impacts on the remaining carbon budget and ultimately to inform its management by decision makers by increasing transparency and accountability around fossil fuel production.