This Sunday, Hungarians will head to the polls. On the surface it seems obvious that Viktor Orbán’s Fidesz party is going to win an outright majority. But something is happening under the surface.
Coal accounts for about a quarter of energy produced in Romania, so why aren’t the discussions about a coal phaseout much more advanced?
“Łódź is never going to compete with Kraków and Gdańsk, and its citizens admit the obvious.” Join David Pichaske and discover the beauty and hidden secrets of one Polish city.
“For the sake of the town’s humanity it’s time to get rid of the notorious horse traders.” Jakub Szafrański visited the horse market in Skaryszew, here is his photo story.
Poland 2018: What happens when you change the lyrics of the national anthem?
To date, Czechia has not announced any date for a coal phaseout, although the country has signed up to the Paris Agreement and the national energy strategy envisages a decreased role for fossil fuels over the coming decades.
“Proszę?” “Six small rolls, one chleb, one angielka.” “6,450 złotych, please.” “Thank you.” “You are welcome. Please?” “One chleb.” “2,400 złotych. Do you have four hundred złotych?” “Dziękuję.” “You are welcome. Please?” “Two angielka…”