Poland drafts law to ‘terminate’ controversial Energy Charter Treaty

Activists have drawn attention to a previously unnoticed draft law from the Polish government setting the country on course to withdraw from a 1990s treaty they say was designed to protect fossil fuels and needs to be abandoned in light of the climate crisis.

Poland drafts law to ‘terminate’ controversial Energy Charter Treaty

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