19 September 2022

Kerem Gogtas

Kerem has completed his Bachelor’s degree in translation and Interpretation in Istanbul. After taking part in some TV/Cinema production with various agencies, he decided to come to Germany to further his studies and to specialize in political science. He obtained a Master’s degree in European Studies in Europa-Universität Flensburg Germany where he wrote his thesis about Energy Transitions and their impact on European Integration. He is passionate about climate justice, energy transitions and fair social changes. He can speak Turkish, French, English and German.

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Despite the Polish and Czech governments shaking hands in early 2022 on a 45 million euro deal to end their Turów coal mine dispute, one year later not a single piece of the water protection system in the agreement has been installed.

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07 December 2022

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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.

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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.