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solar farm, picture: Alina Pogoda

Is Eastern Wielkopolska ready for transformation?

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von Polish Green Network

The 6th Eastern Wielkopolska Partnership Forum was devoted to the current problems in the Polish energy sector due to Russia's aggression towards Ukraine.

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Miners, activists and entrepreneurs from Konin travelled to Lusatia, picutre: Alina Pogoda

Open-pit Lusatia region as an inspiration for Eastern Wielkopolska

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von Alina Pogoda, Polish Green Network

Miners, activists and entrepreneurs from Konin travelled to Lusatia to see what the transformation in the German coal region looks like.

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5th Eastern Wielkopolska Partnership Forum

What after coal in Eastern Wielkopolska?

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von Polish Green Network

The main concern of the 5th Partnership Forum in Eastern Wielkopolska was the discussion of two essential aspects for a just transformation.

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a farmer on his field, picture: Alina Pogoda

Farmers suffer from the drought and lack of support for this

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von Mateusz Kowalik, Polish Green Network

The Polish Green Network organized a workshop for farmers in Eastern Wielkopolska. Water management in times of drought was one of the main topics.

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Factory site in coal region as a typical landscape image, picture: Alina Pogoda

The cooperative nature of the transformation

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von Alina Pogoda, Polish Green Network

With the help of cooperatives, a just transition and a positive influence in achieving climate goals could be made possible.

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speaker at the un climate Change Conference uk 2021, picture: Alina Pogoda

UN CLIMATE CHANGE CONFERENCE UK 2021

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von Alina Pogoda, Polish Green Network

Poland has signed an agreement to phase out coal. Our climate ambitions should be much greater in order to counteract a climate catastrophe.

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