“Why should I be studying for a future that soon may be no more, when no one is doing anything to save that future?”
It is billed as Europe’s Number 1 shale gas conference. Next week, over 500 people will descend on Poland for the 5th annual “Shale Gas World Europe” conference.
At a Coal Summit in Warsaw today, the coal industry was told it had to leave most of the existing coal reserves in the ground
Irony: On the one hand you have the Polish government hosting the UN climate talks in Warsaw, where the talk is all about the emerging climate crisis being driven by fossil fuels. On the other hand, the Polish government is pressing ahead with building a $3.7 billion dirty coal plant which may never be profitable.
As Russia gears up for its own fracking revolution, Poland is set to effectively outlaw anti-fracking dissent.