Success: Coal-Dependent Region to Invest in Sustainable, Safe Energy Sources

Target: Mateusz Morawiecki, Prime Minister of Poland

Goal: Praise decision to speed up move away from coal and expansion of green energy.

The Polish government has announced its intention to invest over $75 billion in building nuclear power plants and offshore wind farms to break the country’s dependence on coal power. While Poland was under lockdown conditions amid the ongoing pandemic, energy expenditures dropped significantly, prompting politicians to explore safer and more sustainable energy sources. This change in policy doesn’t mark a complete abandonment of coal, but nonetheless comes as a welcome development to advocates of the environment and those who signed petitions like this one.

Sign the petition below to thank the Polish prime minister for this promising change and to encourage the continued departure from destructive energy sources.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear Prime Minister Morawiecki,

Although Poland has been slow to respond to the global climate crisis with serious commitments, the announcement of sweeping new investments in safer, more sustainable energy sources is a welcome step in the right direction. These additions will allow your country to begin recovering from the devastating environmental and health effects of coal and will provide a growing sector of employment for the citizens of Poland. Although there is still much to be done in averting global catastrophe, more decisions like this one will help make climate recovery a reality.

Thank you for your dedication to this cause.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

Photo credit: David Dixon/Walney Offshore Windfarm




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One Comment

  1. Phyllis Orner says:

    Nuclear power plants ARE a destructive energy source!!!

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