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Vijesti Online | July 25, 2016

Da bi Pljevlja II imala šansu da bude isplativa, NVO navode da bi troškovi proizvodnje u Rudniku uglja Pljevlja bi morali biti smanjeni od 24,21 eura/tona u 2015. godini na 17,5 eura/tona oko 2027.

Dokument koji je Vlada Crne Gore objavila u ime “dokazivanja” isplativosti projekta Pljevlja II zapravo pokazuje suprotno, prema komentarima nevladinih organizacija CEE Bankwatch Network, MANS i Green Home, koji su objavljeni danas i dostavljeni Evropskoj komisiji i drugim relevantnim adresama.

CINS | July 21, 2016

To have a new block of the thermal power plant Kostolac B constructed and Drmno opencast extended, Serbian Government borrowed $608.2 from the Chinese state bank, and committed to obey Chinese laws. A Chinese company is the main contractor for the works. Serbia failed to consult Romania, even though it was a must, while Serbian Administrative court passed a ruling that Serbian Ministry of agriculture and environmental protection had violated law with its approval of the Environmental impact assessment study.

Osservatorio Balcani e Caucaso | July 20, 2016

Despite the commitments defined by the Energy Community Treaty, most of the investments in the energy sector in the Western Balkans are still directed to coal plants

Thomson Reuters Foundation | July 14, 2016

Growing number of national governments have been criminalising activities of land and human rights activists

LONDON, July 14 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - International development banks should ensure their investments do not violate human rights or risk the lives of the activists who defend them, a group of global campaigners said on Thursday.

Pravda.sk | July 14, 2016

Začiatkom júla začalo Slovensko predsedať Rade Európskej únie. Uprostred politických turbulencií nielen u nás doma, ale aj v Európe sa slovenská vláda rozhodla podporiť zaznamenaniahodné nástroje ekonomickej politiky.

taz.de | July 13, 2016

Die Kumtor-Mine verseucht das Land. Die Europäische Entwicklungsbank ist daran beteiligt. Das könnte Merkel in Kirgistan ansprechen.

BERLIN taz | Noch nie war ein deutscher Regierungschef in der kirgisischen Hauptstadt Bisch­kek, insofern betritt Bundeskanzlerin Angela Merkel (CDU) auf ihrer Reise Neuland.

Le Monde | July 5, 2016

Malgré leur impact sur l’environnement, douze centrales sont en activité, réparties entre la Bosnie, la Serbie, le Monténégro, le Kosovo et la Macédoine. Dix-sept autres devraient être construites à l’horizon 2030.

Scientific American | June 29, 2016

Hundreds of hydroelectric dams planned for rivers across the Balkans would provide green energy—at a big cost

Radio Labin | June 15, 2016

Nakon 5 godina kampanje protiv izgradnje štetne termoelektrane na uvozni ugljen Plomin C, ostvarili smo veliku pobjedu! Ministar gospodarstva Panenić izjavio je kako je realizacija ovog projekta zaustavljena. Sigurni smo kako nakon uvjerljivih argumenata protiv izgradnje te okolnosti koje su uslijedile, Vlada nije niti imala drugog izbora nego zaustaviti Plomin C, kažu u priopćenju Greenpeace, Zelena Istra, Zelena akcija i CCE – Bankwatch network.