In the last 30 years, Poland has invested heavily on roads and air transport, substantially increasing greenhouse gas emissions from the sector. Now, it plans to finance this trend from the EU purse.
Poland will use Recovery money to improve energy efficiency in buildings. This is a welcomed step in a country where badly isolated homes are often still heated with coal.
The Polish government will use Recovery money to finance renewable energy communities and cooperatives. This is what a citizens-led, green Recovery should be about.
Poland is not matching EU objectives on waste prevention, reduction and recycling. On top of this, the government plans to use Recovery and Just Transition funding to keep building waste [...]