Report  |  8 March 2012

Time for a grand bargain with Poland on energy and climate

By Thomas Spencer

Energy relations between Poland and the EU have been extremely difficult in recent years, especially when it comes to climate policy. This situation is highly damaging to both sides. It is time for the EU to gain a better appreciation of Poland's unique challenges and to offer the country a credible long-term deal on energy and climate, argues Thomas Spencer, Research Fellow in Climate and Energy Economics at the Paris-based think tank IDDRI.

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