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Polish climate minister calls for ‘just’ energy transition

18.12.2019 14:43
The transformation of Poland’s coal-dependent energy system is inevitable, but it must be done in a "just" way, the country's new climate minister, Michał Kurtyka, told Polish Radio on Wednesday.
  • Polish climate minister calls for ‘just’ energy transition
Michał Kurtyka
Michał KurtykaPicture: Polish Radio

“If you, on the one hand, have France, which generates 75 percent of its energy from nuclear power and, on the other hand, you have Poland, which generates the same level but from coal, so how can you possibly say that a race to achieve the same common goal is fair?” Kurtyka said.