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Glas Istre | September 11, 2015

Prosvjedna okupljanja protiv izgradnje TE Plomin C održana su ovih dana u Parizu i Zagrebu. Njihov cilj bio je prisiliti veliku francusku banku Crédit Agricole da se povuče iz ovog projekta. Ta je banka, inače, izabrana za financijskog savjetnika japanske tvrtke Marubeni u poslu oko izgradnje novog bloka plominske termoelektrane.

Radio Labin | September 11, 2015

Otpor protiv izgradnje termoelektrane Plomin C nastavlja jačati na međunarodnoj razini. Jučer su protiv ovog projekta održane dvije akcije – u Parizu i Zagrebu. Cilj obje akcije je prisiliti francusku banku Crédit Agricole, koja je preuzela ulogu financijskog savjetnika za Plomin C, da se povuče iz ovog projekta.

H-Alter | September 10, 2015

Performansom ispred francuskog veleposlanstva u Zagrebu Zelena akcija, Greenpeace i Bankwatch danas su zatražili od banke Crédit Agricole da se povuče iz svih poslova vezanih uz Plomin C, a akciju s istim zahtjevom istovremeno su izveli i francuski aktivisti.

EnergyPress.net | September 10, 2015

Danas su protiv projekta TE Plomin C na ugljen održane dvije akcije zelenih, u Parizu i Zagrebu. Cilj obje akcije je prisiliti francusku banku Crédit Agricole, koja je preuzela ulogu financijskog savjetnika HEP-a za Plomin C, da se povuče iz ovog projekta.

Energetika-Net | September 10, 2015

Od francuske banke Credit Acricole traži se da prestane financijski savjetovati HEP

Contributoria | September 1, 2015

Despite their pledges to fight climate change, banks are still investing in fossil fuel extraction

Imagine the scenario. You are a committed eco-warrior. You save water, turn off your lights, cycle or use public transport whenever possible; you boycott companies and products that harm the environment; you’ve even cut down drastically on meat and dairy products, all to do your bit for the planet. Then one day you discover that, against your knowledge, you are directly funding climate change. How on earth could that be, you might be forgiven for asking?

Politico | August 28, 2015

The western Balkans aren’t buying in to the EU’s energy policies.

The western Balkans are hoping to join the European Union one day, but governments across the region are investing in new coal-fired power plants at a time when the EU is championing renewables and energy efficiency.

Newsbase | August 27, 2015

Balkan governments are under mounting pressure to curb the construction of hydropower plants (HPPs) in national parks and wildlife areas, where hundreds of projects are planned or underway.

Environmental campaigners have already scored successes in halting new HPPs. In late July, Croatia’s environment ministry rejected Hrvatska Elektroprivreda’s impact study for its 68-MW Ombla HPP near historic Dubrovnik,

Courts in Republika Srpska (RS) have twice this year backed activists’ claims that environmental assessments on proposed plants in the Sutjeska National Park were flawed.

Monitor, ARD | August 13, 2015

Georg Restle: „Er gilt als der größte Discounter Europas und fast jeder in Deutschland kennt ihn: Lidl. Milliardengewinne mit billigen Lebensmitteln, das ist das Geschäftskonzept des Supermarkt-Giganten. Aber es gibt auch eine ganz andere Geschichte über Lidl. Und die eignet sich ganz sicher nicht fürs schöne Werbe-Image des Billig-Discounters. Guten Abend und willkommen bei Monitor. Wenn Sie an Entwicklungshilfe denken, denken Sie wahrscheinlich an Brunnen, Schulen oder Krankenhäuser. Ganz sicher nicht an millionenschwere Kredite für eines der reichsten Einzelhandelsunternehmen der Welt.

EurActiv.sk | August 7, 2015

Na rozvoj azerbajdžanského ťažobného poľa dostane ruská spoločnosť pôžičku od Európskej banky pre obnovu a rozvoj, Ázijskej rozvojovej banky a konzorcia bánk. Mimovládkam sa to nepáči.