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Credit Agricole ne želi financirati TE Plomin C

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Marubenijev financijski savjetnik neće financirati TE na ugljen u bogatijim zemljama

Major blow for Croatian coal plant as Crédit Agricole announces new coal power policy

Paris, France - Today's publication of new criteria for coal-fired power plant financing by French bank Crédit Agricole suggests that the bank will not be able to finance the controversial €800 million Plomin C coal power plant in Croatia, believe campaign groups. The policy now rules out finance for coal power plants in high-income countries, which includes Croatia.

Southeast Europe must close the gap on energy efficiency, says new report

Brussels, Belgium / Podgorica, Montenegro - Countries of Southeast Europe (SEE) waste much more energy than the members of the European Union, according to a new report Energy Efficiency – Just Do It! published today by a group of civil society organizations from across the region.

Energy Efficiency - Just Do It! Act now for warmer homes, local jobs and cleaner air!

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This report explains the importance of the EU's Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) and argues why it must have the strongest objectives and targets as possible for SEE countries.

When environmental improvement becomes resettlement - lessons from Serbia's Kolubara mine

European financial institutions and Serbian authorities have failed to address the human impacts of resettlement in Serbia's lignite mining fields, a new study shows.

A clear and present danger - How financial institutions and authorities have failed to address the human impacts of resettlement in Serbia's lignite mining fields

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This study shows how the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development has failed to enforce several of its basic principles on involuntary resettlement in the Kolubara Mining Basin, one of the largest sources of lignite in Europe, where mining has continued for over fifty years.

Slovenia and the Energy Union: clash in priorities, renewables as collateral damage

A leaked document, published here for the first time, that outlines the Slovenian government’s priorities for the EU’s Energy Union reveals a potential conflict with what the European Commission has on offer. Yet, neither promises ambitious strides towards more renewables.

Međunarodna kampanja protiv Plomina C

Source: unknown author, Radio Labin

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.

U Parizu prosvjed zbog Plomina C

Source: unknown author, Glas Istre

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.

Crédit Agricole violating own coal policies with new Croatian power plant support - new report

French bank Crédit Agricole's support for a proposed major new coal plant project in Croatia is inconsistent with the bank's climate ambitions and its own sector policy on coal-fired power plants, according to a new study released today. The analysis, by Friends of the Earth France and Croatia, Zelena Istra, CEE Bankwatch Network and BankTrack, screens the risks of the 500 megawatt Plomin C project proposed for development in the picturesque Istrian peninsula, a popular international tourist destination.

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