Study on Developing Coal Resource with the Social-Economic Influence in Erdos City
There is abundant coal resource in Erdos and coal industry is the largest pillar industry of the city. Coal resource development promotes economic growth, gains financial revenue, and increases inhabitants’ employment opportunities and income. That impels Erdos, an originally poor city, to be a rich one. At the same time, coal resource development causes certain environmental effects and widens the economic gap among different regions. A comprehensive study on influences of coal resource development to Erdos’ society and economy contributes to launching effective policies.
Key words: Coal resource; Erdos; Social-economic influence; Environment
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