23 May 2001 GDANSK, Poland–As Poland vies for accession into the European Union, Polish experts argue that the union’s environmental requirements are often too rigid and contain standards that seem to apply only to future members. The Soviet legacy left Poland and its neighbors a considerable environmental mess to clean up–irrespective of EU accession. Some […]

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