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Czech Republic, Environmentalists plan to turn to international courts for help following Poland’s decision to prolong mining until 2044

Poland has authorized prolonging coal mining in Turow, near the Czech border, until 2044, the Czech Environment Ministry confirmed. Environmentalists criticized Poland’s decision, saying that...

Region: EU to withhold Poland funds over dispute

The European Commission said it would deduct money earmarked for Poland from its budget to collect a €15-million fine. The unprecedented measure follows Warsaw's...

Poland extends Turow mine concession to 2044

EU countries have agreed to cut their combined net greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2050. Poland, which generates around 70% of its electricity...

Poland asks CJEU to reject halting of Turów coal mine

In February, the Czech government decided to take Poland to the court in connection with the building out of the Turów opencast mine. The...

Poland’s marshes endangered by mining project

There is an attempt by the Australian company Balamara to open up another coal mine pit in the immediate vicinity of the national park...

Poland agreed to phase out coal mines by 2049

At the end of September, the Polish government and trade unions agreed to phase out coal by 2049. Coal mining has long been considered the...

Miedzi Copper Corporation discovers deposits of silver and copper in Poland

Miedzi Copper Corporation had discovered deposits of silver and copper worth an estimated $60 billion in western Poland. Under Polish law natural resources belong...

Polish and Czech dispute over Polish lignite mine and power plant

Poland has some of the worst air quality in the European Union, so it is no wonder why Poland’s planned expansion of its Turów...

How long will Santander continue to profit from Polish coal expansion?

The Spanish bank's use of ‘ESG loans’ for companies with fossil fuel expansion plans is part of a dangerous new trend   Poland’s fiercely pro-coal Law...
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