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How the EU bank's development finance overlooks people at risk The European Investment Bank’s failure in safeguarding the most vulnerable groups shows it is ill-equipped to help refugees and host communities. How the EU bank's development finance overlooks people at risk
Winds of change Can Mongolia move beyond coal to a renewables-based economy? A multi-media story on the people affected by Mongolia's coal bonanza. Winds of change - a multimedia story on Mongolia's coal bonanza
Assessing one year of the Investment Plan for Europe Europe is hemorrhaging cash in deeply unsustainable projects like motorways, airports and gas infrastructure. Read: Best laid plans
China stokes global coal growth China cuts coal at home but state owned companies and banks drive new coal expansion overseas. Click to read: China stokes global coal growth
Democracy as an afterthought Almost one in four euros lent by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development in 2015 went to authoriatrian countries. Click to read: Democracy as an afterthought

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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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