The world is facing a powerful challenge of halting the negative environmental impacts of industrialisation of ever-increasing areas of the globe.
This, what is treated as waste today, must be reused tomorrow.
The symbiosis of mining, energy and infrastructure is of crucial importance.
The new waste management system should include extended producer responsibility.
Waste management alone is not everything. Education and innovativeness are equally important.
Effective development of new ways of proceeding requires the participation of companies, as well as the legislator and the world of science.
There is considerable interest in the subsidies for replacing the heating system and insulating houses. 12.5 thousand applications have already been submitted.
The industry was the first to notice the potential of saving energy. But it is also an opportunity for farms and small businesses.
Coca-Cola reduces water consumption and CO2 emissions and is involved in the collection and recycling of used packaging.
Countries wishing to catch up with the rest of the world need to develop and that means increasing CO2 emissions.
There is still little interest in electric cars. The reason? High prices and lack of infrastructure.
The electromobility revolution in transport is one of the tools for fighting smog, mainly in agglomerations.
Poland’s energy policy until 2040 doesn’t take global trends into account.
Last year, KGHM spent almost PLN 369 million on pro-environmental investments.
Solving the smog problem requires awareness of its scale and effects on health and life.
I hope that we will manage to reach an agreement and that the city Katowice will become a part of the history of global climate policy,” says Michał Kurtyka, Government Plenipotentiary for the climate conference in Katowice COP24.
Two weeks in Katowice will be a time of intensive dialogue. At the same time COP24 kicks off the Polish presidency.
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