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The Guardian | 31.12.2016

Alleged payments to Italian MP before key European debate scrutinised

oe1 / ORF | 17.10.2016

Nach der Atomkatastrophe von Tschernobyl könnte man meinen, dass die Erfahrung mit dem Supergau die Ukraine zur Abkehr von der Atomenergie bewogen hätte. Aber das Gegenteil ist der Fall: Bis heute deckt das Land die Hälfte des Strombedarfs mit Kernenergie. An vier Standorten werden dafür insgesamt 15 Reaktoren betrieben. Aber laut Umweltschützern wurden sechs davon bereits über ihre vorgesehene Laufzeit von 30 Jahren hinaus verlängert. Das missfällt auch der österreichischen Regierung.

Reuters | 20.09.2016

* Chinese-built plant is first privately built in Western Balkans

* Plant increases regional dependent on dirty coal

* Chinese investment playing growing role in region's power

By Maja Zuvela

STANARI, Bosnia, Sept 20 The Balkan region's first privately-funded power plant came online on Tuesday, increasing the region's dependency on coal-fired power stations even as environmental concerns are driving them to the brink of the extinction elsewhere in Europe.

ENDS Europe | 14.09.2016

Environmental NGOs have claimed the European Commission’s investment plans will “open the door” to more fossil fuel projects

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taz | 13.09.2016

Die Laufzeit des größten Atomkraftwerks in Europa wurde verlängert. Doch die Kritiker zweifeln an der Sicherheit des Reaktors.

KIEW taz | Europas größtes Atomkraftwerk, das AKW Saporoschje in der Ostukraine, geht in die Laufzeitverlängerung. Am Dienstag beschloss die ukrainische Atombehörde einstimmig, die Laufzeit des ersten der insgesamt sechs Reaktoren um weitere neun Jahre zu verlängern. Er ist seit Dezember 1985 am Netz und hat seine ursprünglich auf 30 Jahre ausgelegte Lebenszeit erreicht.

Climate News Network | 13.09.2016

Critics claim €3bn European funding for the Southern Gas Corridor energy project would undermine EU climate change targets and gloss over human rights abuses.

LONDON, 14 September, 2016 – Civil society campaigners have accused the European Union of pouring unprecedented amounts of state aid into a huge energy project that runs counter to its own climate change objectives.

Balkan Insight | 12.09.2016

NGOs warn that Albanian families expected to give up their properties to make room for the Adriatic pipeline project, TAP, have not been adequately compensated, while some have faced threats of government expropriation.

Four families in Albania have submitted complaints to the European Investment Bank, EIB, over the low level of compensation they have been offered from TAP representatives for the displacement of their properties as a result of building the pipeline.

Vijesti Online | 10.09.2016

Iako A2A nije objavila namjere u vezi sa EPCG, a nije odgovorila na zahtjev „bneIntelliNews“ za informacijama, analitičari predviđaju da će kompanija iskoristiti mogućnost da ode

Očekuje se da će italijanska kompanija A2A izaći iz svoje investicije u Elektroprivredi CG nakon burnih sedam godina, ostavljajući Crnoj Gori mogućnost da slobodono ignoriše zabrinutost za ekonomsku održivost, ekološku štetu i transparentnost zbog namjere da gradi drugi blok Termoelektrane Pljevlja, navodi londonski „bne IntelliNews”.

Nakon nekoliko mjeseci pregovora, nedavno [...]

BusinessGreen | 01.09.2016

EU bodies including the European Investment Bank and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development are backing fossil fuel projects that threaten progress on climate targets, NGOs claim

Despite the promises made in Paris in December last year, key European institutions continue to fund dirty energy generation over alternative energy sources, according to a new report released yesterday [...]

Дневник | 28.08.2016

Неправилно разходване на европейски средства за обществените поръчки за изготвяне проекти на планове за управление на Национален парк "Пирин" и Природен парк "Витоша" и потенциална загуба на европейско разнообразие в резултат от тези проекти, финансирани със средства на Европейския съюз по оперативна програма "Околна среда".