Divorce after hundreds of years of marriage: Prospects for coal mining in the Czech Republic with regard to the European Union

  title={Divorce after hundreds of years of marriage: Prospects for coal mining in the Czech Republic with regard to the European Union},
  author={Martin Sivek and Jakub Jir{\'a}sek and Pavel Kavina and Mark{\'e}ta Vojnarov{\'a} and Tereza Kurkov{\'a} and A. B. Basova},
  journal={Energy Policy},
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