Poland defies green activists, EU with Baltic canal project

A general view of the harvested forest on Vistula Spit near Skowronki, Poland February 20, 2019. Agencja Gazeta/Michal Ryniak via REUTERS

GDANSK (Reuters) – Poland is pressing ahead with plans to dig a waterway across a narrow strip of land that separates its main eastern coastline from the Baltic Sea despite concerns among activists and in the European Union that it could damage the environment. The Vistula Spit is a heavily wooded sandbank 55 km (34 […]

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