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.

Poland

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  • Team

  • Image of Iwona Bojadzijewa

    Iwona Bojadzijewa

  • Janusz Buszkowski, Lawyer, Climate and Energy, ClientEarth

    Janusz Buszkowski

  • Kamila Drzewicka, Environmental Democracy Lawyer, ClientEarth

    Kamila Drzewicka

  • Anna Frączyk, Project Coordinator, Climate & Energy, ClientEarth

    Anna Frączyk

  • Ilona Jędrasik, Energy Poland Project Leader, ClientEarth

    Ilona Jędrasik

  • marta klimkiewicz

    Marta Klimkiewicz

  • Malgorzata Kwiedacz-Palosz

  • Urszula Malecka

    Urszula Malecka

  • Jan mencwel

    Jan Mencwel

  • Monika Sadkowska

    Monika Sadkowska

  • maja-starosta

    Maja Starosta

  • Agnieszka Warso-Buchanan

  • Michał Zablocki, Communications and Campaign officer, Environmental Lawyers ClientEarth

    Michał Zablocki

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