Coal is called ‘captured sunshine’ for a reason – plants that collected energy from the sun died and were buried by tons of low-oxygen swamp and sediment. The low oxygen levels make it impossible for the CO2 inside to escape, meaning that over (very) long periods of time the vegetation/CO2 turns to carbon, the most important ingredient in coal.
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