Warsaw's Administrative Court has suspended proceedings on Turów coal mine's sham environmental impact assessment (EIA) that its owner PGE requires for its licence renewal. The verdict leaves local communities, already battered by water shortages, subsidence and dust, to stare down the barrel of a further twenty years of mining, while they await the claimants’ appeal.
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Poland’s General Director for Environmental Protection waved through an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for the country’s Turów coal mine this past Friday, despite expert analysis showing the EIA severely underestimates the amount of groundwater the mine is draining.
PRAGUE, 8 November 2021 – The new Czech government signed its coalition agreement  today containing just a cursory nod […]
We're running out of time to address climate change, and while the EU is doing more and more to act on it and clean up industry, one of its key laws to cut industrial pollution does not cover carbon emissions! This has to change, and we have an opportunity to do it right now!
The Czech Republic’s coal commission joins state-owned energy company ČEZ today to hold a ceremony marking the closure of the Prunerov I coal power plant.
The Czech Republic’s coal commission will join state-owned energy company ČEZ tomorrow to hold a ceremony marking the closure of the Prunerov I coal plant.
This briefing paper presents analysis and recommendations to assist investors, insurers and banks in achieving a coal phase-out from ČEZ.
Civil society organisations warn the Polish insurer PZU that it is risking its business, reputation, and the health of tens of thousands of people across Poland’s southern border on a coal project dismissed by its competitors.
iROZHLAS -Západ Evropy se s uhlím loučí, na východě se uhelné elektrárny staví. Zmapovali jsme plány vlády i ČEZApril 2, 2019 1:29 pm
Czech Environment Minister Richard Brabec (ANO) has now announced that he is preparing a coal commission here. It would be […]