The European Union Energy Policy
The four lectures were followed by an interesting discussions, during which participants had great opportunity to confront their views.
The environmental friendly energy seems to be particularly interesting in terms of Poland. The lectures - prof. dr hab. Grażyna Wojtkowska – Łodej and prof. dr hab. Katarzyna Żukrowska from the Warsaw School of Economics, prof. dr hab. Helena Tendera-Właszczuk and dr Czesław Kłak from the Cracow University of Economics raised the issues of implications of European Union enlargement to the East and problem of increasing emission of CO2. It is interesting to note that Poland is an exception of the rest of the EU, because the vast majority of Polish demands for energy are fulfill by brown coal. Lecturers emphasized the need of quick actions on energy security in the European Union.