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Shoot: Białowieża Forest in Poland - Before and After Logging (Video)

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Images of Białowieża forest, one of the last and largest remaining parts of the immense primeval forest that once stretched across the European Plain.
In July 2017, the European Commission decided to take Poland to the European Court of Justice for increasing logging in the Białowieża Forest, which is a protected Natura 2000 and a UNESCO World Heritage site. As logging has started on a significant scale this summer, the Commission requested that the Court introduce interim measures compelling Poland to suspend the logging immediately. In November, the ECJ decided to implement an interim ban on logging and announced that a penalty of at least € 100 000 per each day will be imposed if Poland continues to log and remove trees. After this decision heavy logging machinery was withdrawn from the forest, but Mr. Szyszko (Polish Environment Minister) continued to claim that logging in Białowieża Forest is in line with the European Law.
Białowieża Forest in Poland - Before and After Logging - Web Video (Clean)
10 Nov, 2017
Białowieża Forest in Poland - Before and After Logging - Web Video (Clean)
Białowieża Forest in Poland - Before and After Logging - Web Video (ENG)
10 Nov, 2017
Białowieża Forest in Poland - Before and After Logging - Web Video (ENG)
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