Climate activists hope stronger EU laws will protect forests


At the beginning of the year, Poland started cutting a swathe through one of Europe’s most ancient forests, Białowieża, to block refugees with a 190-kilmometre wall along its border with Belarus. “It’s five, almost six meters high. It goes down with concrete that is underground. And it has razor wire on the top,” said Augustyn…

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