Category Archives: Business and economics

Will a carbon border tax (CBAM) be a recipe for problems in climate policy?

The European Union is relentless in its efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. So far, [...]

Havant Thicket Reservoir, the first major reservoir in the UK in more than 30 years

Global company GHD will begin work on the construction of a large water reservoir in [...]

Rainwater – how much can it benefit a city?

Let's start with language, as it shapes consciousness. In many cities, we find programs or [...]

Ecoschemes – what benefits do they propose for agriculture?

Starting in 2023. The National Strategic Plan provides for a new form of direct payments [...]

The economic value of water in the world – estimates and risks

On October 16, we celebrated World Food Day. On this occasion, the WWF published an [...]

Rainwater capture and management – from concept to implementation

One of our readers, Mr. Franciszek from Kędzierzyn-Koźle, boasted in the pages of Water Matters [...]

The Oder River Revitalization Act – it was supposed to be better, and how did it turn out?

The Law on Revitalization of the Oder River, dated July 13, 2023, all references and [...]

Climate technology and the investment gap – new Economist Impact report

Fundamental changes in the structure of innovation financing are needed to meet the community's goals [...]

Do soils in Poland need liming?

The share of very acidic and acidic soils in Poland exceeds 40 percent on average. [...]

What is an economic analysis of water use?

Economic analysis of water use is a requirement of the Water Framework Directive (WFD). This [...]