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Farewell to coal: a Polish city wakes up and smells the blossom
by Agnieszka Barteczko and Kacper Pempel
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29 November 2018
On 29 November 2018 Reuters reported:
When the Wieczorek mine, one of the oldest coal mines in Poland, closed in March, Grzegorz Chudy noticed for the first time the neighborhood was vibrant with trees in the full bloom of spring. The smell was heady. The Wieczorek mine in Katowice, with its towering brick shaft, is among dozens closing down throughout Poland, home to one of the most polluted coal mining regions in Europe.
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