Poland generates around 90% of its electricity from coal. It has six of the ten most polluted cities in the EU. It also has some of the richest habitats in Europe, which need our protection. If we can help Poland become an environmental leader, other countries will follow.

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    Climate victory: ClientEarth blocks Europe’s largest new coal power plant

    Judges in Poland have agreed with ClientEarth, revoking a permit to build a huge new coal-fired power station in the country.

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    Polish Environment Minister misleads peers on Białowieża Forest

    The Polish Environment Minister has written to environment ministers from the other 27 EU countries on Białowieża Forest. His letter contains multiple inaccurate or misleading statements.

  • ClientEarth win landmark air pollution case in Kraków

    Polish judges have sided with ClientEarth and local authorities in an important air pollution case in Kraków in what is a landmark win for public health.

  • Photo of bird in forest to illustrate story saying European Parliament condemns Polish Government plans for illegal logging in Bialowieza Forest

    European Parliament condemns Polish Government plan to log Białowieża Forest

    The European Parliament has condemned the Polish Government for a slew of legal breaches, including illegal logging in Białowieża Forest.

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