William Nattrass William Nattrass

Eastern Europe is paying for the EU’s climate revolution

Trains are loaded with coal in the Polish town of Rybnik (photo: Getty)

Europe’s energy crisis shows little sign of abating. After Germany this week withheld approval for the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline over fears that it could be used as a political weapon by Russia, benchmark gas prices spiked by 10 per cent across Europe, coming close to all-time highs set earlier this autumn.

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