With the war in Ukraine raging and gas and energy prices climbing across world markets, there is one piece of good news for European energy markets. Economists from Poland’s state Pekao bank are reporting a large reduction on the price of CO2 emission certificates. The prices have fallen dramatically from €95 to €62 per ton. […]
The scandalous practices of EU decision-makers concerning emission trading have led to energy poverty throughout Europe and even blackouts, writes journalist of Catholic television Trwam Robert Zawadzki
The participants of the COP24 Katowice climate summit have reached a consensus and approved the final document of the conference. “The conference in Katowice ends in great Success!,” said Polish President Andrzej Duda.
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