Along with other environmental groups, ClientEarth has welcomed discussion by MEPs in Brussels about the Białowieża Forest.
A plan by the Polish government to introduce a “power capacity market” will lead to a rise in households energy bills.
Following a complaint by ClientEarth, authorities have found that Serbia is violating its international legal obligations by funding coal-fired power plant, Kolubara B.
Beavers, wolves and bison could be under threat from planned changes to nature laws in Poland. Amendments to the Nature Protection Act, aimed directly at beavers, breach EU law and may also affect other protected species.
UNESCO advisers have called on the Polish Government to suspend plans for a huge increase in logging and let Białowieża Forest grow with minimal intervention.
The European Commission has started infringement proceedings against the Polish Government over illegal plans to log in Białowieża Forest.
The Polish energy sector has been misusing free emission allowances intended to support the transition to clean energy to prop up its ailing coal power industry.
Officials from the European Commission are visiting the ancient Białowieża Forest in Poland. It follows a similar trip by UNESCO officials. Environmental lawyers ClientEarth have complained about a planned three-fold increase in logging.
Today, UNESCO advisers visit Białowieża Forest after Polish Government illegally approved a huge expansion of logging in the World Heritage site.
Environmental lawyers ClientEarth have raised further concerns today about a Bialowieza “recovery plan” suggested by Poland’s environment minister in the ancient forest.
The European Commission has told journalists it is worried about the Polish government’s illegal decision to triple logging in Europe’s oldest forest.
A new Polish petition to protect Białowieża forest has gathered more than 13,000 signatures within hours of being launched.
ClientEarth and six other campaigners today lodged a Commission complaint after the Polish government illegally gave permission to triple logging in Białowieża forest.
The Polish government has approved a threefold increase of logging in Białowieża Forest. This violates EU law, and we’ve written to the environment minister to tell him.
The Polish government says more logging is the only way to protect ancient Białowieża Forest, but scientists disagree.
A report today by the Green group in the European Parliament warns that Poland’s largest pension funds could lose 4.2 percent of their assets if a carbon bubble of overvalued fossil fuel investments bursts.
A new ban on burning solid fuels will help tackle Krakow’s air pollution crisis.
Polish NGOs show that coal power waste would illegally raise the water temperature of the Vistula River by 0.5°C.