The Polish lignite mine, Turów, is polluting the Lusatian Neisse River causing subsidence that could damage houses across the German border.
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ZEPAK's Patnow I and II plants will shut down by 2024, and 2030 respectively.
Polish lignite utility ZE PAK says it will shut all of its Polish lignite plants by 2030, making it the first fossil fuel company.
The campaign consists of different active groups who are joining forces in order to make an impact and affect key decisions of the authorities regarding the Bełchatów power plant, Europe's largest emitter, which releases 35 million tonnes of CO2 every year.
On August 30th, local communities will gather at the tripoint border between Poland, the Czech Republic & Germany protesting the expansion of the Turów mine, and demanding a rapid transition towards a clean, sustainable future for the impacted transnational region.
Turów, 30 August 2020 - Local citizens and people from across Poland, Germany and the Czech Republic are kayaking to the Turów mine today, in protest of the failure of their governments and EU institutions to uphold laws protecting them and their water from the mining and burning of coal.
Ze Pak will close its 78MW Konin lignite plant by the end of 2022. Just transition plans are now urgently needed for affected workers.
BERLIN, 25 June 2020 – With the prospect of a robust green recovery building in Europe, new digital tools are […]
Polish Energy company Energa has confirmed that its controversial 1,000 MW Ostrołęka C coal plant project in Poland will not go ahead.