10 October 2022

Michal Zablocki

Michal joined EBC Secretariat in October 2022. Before he worked for several years in campaign, media and policy teams at the environmental organizations ClientEarth and European Climate Foundation.  He was a long time Polish Press Agency journalist: among others climate and environment reporter in Warsaw and foreign correspondent in Prague, Bratislava and Moscow. He’s also a member of Central-Eastern European policy think-tank Visegrad Insight, where he takes care of CEE’s green agenda.

He has an MA degree in linguistics from the University of Wroclaw, spent an academic scholarship at the University of Turin and speaks five foreign languages. In his free time he loves hiking and enjoys nature.

Read also
BLOG
REPORT
BRIEFING
PRESS RELEASE
INFOGRAPHIC

28 November 2022

Calling Time on Coal: Eastern Greater Poland, tells the story of how one Polish region steeped in coal has rejected the Polish government’s strategy to keep burning coal until 2049 in favour of blazing its own path beyond coal by 2030 to build a brighter future based upon clean, renewable energy.

BLOG
REPORT
BRIEFING
PRESS RELEASE
INFOGRAPHIC

28 November 2022

Poland has the second largest coal industry in the EU, but while the majority of other member states will stop burning the dirtiest of all fossil fuels this decade, Poland has no such plan. That is, except for the coal region of Eastern Greater Poland, which has taken matters into its own hands and plans to be coal free by 2030.

BLOG
REPORT
BRIEFING
PRESS RELEASE
INFOGRAPHIC

15 November 2022

Istanbul, 15 November 2022 – Campaigners lament Turkey’s plans to increase its greenhouse gas emissions by over 30 percent by […]

BLOG
REPORT
BRIEFING
PRESS RELEASE
INFOGRAPHIC

25 October 2022

BRUSSELS, 25 OCTOBER 2022 – Czech and German NGOs filed a complaint to the European Commision today, calling on it […]