Today Poland takes the helm of the EU presidency, but the country’s recent move to unilaterally block a 25 percent reduction target for EU carbon emissions has solidified expectations that Poland would hinder a more ambitious EU climate policy agenda.
Bankwatch’s Polish coal campaigner Kuba Gogolewski describes in the video below how European public banks fit in to the picture, as Poland pushes the breaks in European climate policy by sustaining its large-scale domestic coal power production.
More information is on our project page on Coal-fired power plants in Poland
See also our comment in the EU Observer
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