Websites focusing on policies inspired by the climate hysteria have noticed that
Six EU states cast doubt on proposed 2030 climate goals (RTCC)Czechia, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland (so far, you may call it the Visegrad Group), as well as Bulgaria and Romania (now you may call it the Warsaw Pact, too) have protested against the "renewable energy targets" that some of the EU apparatchiks may have the arrogance to release in October 2014. Also, the countries think that the burden is unfair and the wishful thinking – such as the 40% decrease of carbon emissions by 2030 – seem unrealistic.
Visegrad Group dissatisfied with EU climate policy (Hungary Today)
Poland on course for battle on new EU climate change targets (Financial Times)