Author: Kacper Szulecki

„Bez atomu w naszym domu” – Protesty antyatomowe w Polsce po 1985 roku

Authors: Tomasz Borewicz, Kacper Szulecki and Janusz Waluszko; Monograph; Publisher: European Solidarity Center, Gdansk, 2019 Czy katastrofa w Czarnobylu przyczyniła się do upadku komunizmu? Skąd wziął się polski ruch ekologiczny i dlaczego po 1989 roku nie stworzył silnej politycznej reprezentacji? Niniejsza monografia umiejscawia antyatomowe protesty, które przetoczyły się przez Polskę w latach 1985–1990, w szerszym […]

Polish Environmental Movement 1980-2017 (De)legitimization, Politics & Ecological Crises

Authors: Julia Szulecka and Kacper Szulecki; ESPRi Working Paper No. 6, 2017; Available in Open Access Why has the Polish government decided to give in to environmental protesters in the widely publicised case of the Rospuda River (2006-2007) but chooses to ignore both EU pressure and domestic activism the ongoing protests against the logging of the […]

Towards a common EU energy policy? German and Polish debates

Authors: Andreas Heinrich, Julia Kusznir, Aleksandra Lis, Heiko Pleines, Karen Smith Stegen and Kacper Szulecki ESPRi Policy Brief no. 2, 2016 The recently proposed overarching concept of a European “Energy Union” stresses the importance of regional cooperation, as it has become clear that absent increased coordination and cross-border cooperation, more obstacles than synergies may emerge. […]

Energy democratization? Societal Aspects of De-Carbonization in the German and Polish Energy Sectors

Authors: Kacper Szulecki, Andrzej Ancygier and Dariusz Szwed ESPRi Working Paper no 5, 2015 Development of renewable sources of energy has not only a significant impact on the power system but also on society. It has the potential to replace the existing conventional sources of energy with never-ending renewable sources, while at the same time […]

A Common Renewable Energy Policy in Europe?Explaining the German-Polish Policy Non-Convergence

Authors: Andrzej Ancygier and Kacper Szulecki Espri Working paper no. 4, 2014 While the European Commission envisaged the creation of a ‘common European energy market’ by 2014, it is quite clear that the provisions of the Lisbon Treaty protecting national sovereignty over energy policies and mixes are here to stay. We have, however, seen some […]

“Politics and Governance” special issue on EU climate and energy policy

 ESPRI’s Kacper Szulecki has co-edited (with Dag Harald Claes) the special issue of Politics and Governance on “EU Energy Policy: Towards a Clean Energy Transition?”. The entire issue is available in open access on the journal’s website. For over a decade, the EU has displayed an interest and political motivation to integrate climate policy priorities into […]

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