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Mudflow hits Georgian village, locals protest against hydro plans As the rainy season reveals the poor assessment of hydropower plans in Georgia, locals from different regions unite to protest the plans. Read: Mudflow hits Georgian village, locals protest against hydro plans
Another one bites the dust After five years of campaigning by civil society, plans for the 500 MW Plomin C coal plant project in Croatia have been dropped. Croatia to drop controversial coal plant project
Energoatom's trouble, not Europe's headache Ukraine's nuclear energy operator is unable to serve European loans. Ukrainian taxpayers now have to pay them back partly. How much did the European Commission know in advance? Financial trouble of Ukraine's nuclear operator calls Europe's financial support
Eight arrested in protest against Georgian dam A blockade of a large dam construction in Georgia mountains lead to confrontation with police. Locals are losing patience over the protracted consultation process on the project. click to read 'Eight arrested in protest against Georgian dam'
Happy birthday, Khadija! A graffiti in Warsaw marks the upcoming birthday of imprisoned Azeri journalist Khadija Ismayilova. Click to read the blog post 'Happy birthday, Khadija!'

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Europe offers hundreds of millions for Ukraine's plans to keep old nuclear reactors running. But neglect of safety at Ukraine's nuclear power plants extends beyond Chernobyl.

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Countries in south-eastern Europe are strategic partner countries for the EU's energy sector. They also have high ambitions for coal power.

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The Southern Gas Corridor, a system of mega-pipelines meant to bring gas from the Caspian region to Europe, is unnecessary in light of gas demand projections but will boost Azerbaijan's dictatorial regime and cause damage to local communities and the environment.

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