December 21, 2020
There are few things one can be sure of in life, but the constant anxiety communities near Bosnia-Herzegovina’s Tuzla power plant experience is one of them.
Pollution of land, surface and groundwater near the slag and ash disposal site of Tuzla thermal power plant
December 18, 2020
From 1 March – 31 August 2020, an analysis of water and soil samples was conducted in the area of influence of the closed slag and ash disposal sites in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) – Plane, Divkovići I, Divkovići II, Drežnik and Jezero I – as w
April 20, 2020
Local politicians and Chinese companies are slowing the transition to renewable energy underway in the rest of Europe
March 2, 2020
In the U.S., GE is increasingly known for wind turbines and other renewable energy technology, among many other products. But the 1,200-megawatt plant due to be built on Vietnam’s northern coast is one of 19 coal power projects the company is working o
January 14, 2020
Feasibility studies for two major coal power projects in Bosnia and Serbia – backed by Chinese banks – downplay the costs of emissions and ignore air and water pollution. Source : China-backed coal plants on EU’s doorstep hide huge carbon costs
January 13, 2020
Following last night’s protests in the center of Tuzla over extremely high levels of air pollution, residents announce the continuation of the protests on Wednesday. They claim to have difficulty breathing and are concerned about the rise in the number
December 9, 2019
Jedna od vodećih evropskih televizija Euronews objavila je prilog o BiH kao zemlji u kojoj je profit dobiven iz termoelektrana na ugalj važniji od zdravlja građana.OZBILJNA KRITIKA IZ EVROPE: “BiH će morati dekarbonizirati svoju privredu da bi se pridr
December 2, 2019
Slovene bank NLB’s offer of a loan for the construction of the controversial Tuzla 7 coal power plant in Bosnia and Herzegovina poses serious risks to the bank and its shareholders due to a slew of legal and economic issues around the project, warned a group of non-governmental organisations in a letter to the bank today (1).
NGOs reaction to preparatory works kicking off at Tuzla 7 coal unit in Bosnia-Herzegovina: “This plant is not ready for construction”
October 31, 2019
Preparatory works for the construction of a new 450 MW coal unit Tuzla 7 are set to start on Friday, even as numerous controversies accompany the project, including an infringement case under the Energy Community Treaty.
June 27, 2019
CEE Bankwatch Network and the Center for Ecology and Energy have therefore undertaken independent monitoring in Tuzla of coarse dust particles known as PM10. “Together with the Health and Environment Alliance (HEAL), we have also calculated the health