The European Parliament at risk of losing sight of climate crisis by getting ready to support new fossil gas projects
September 10, 2021
10th September 2021, Brussels – A majority in the European Parliament, including the Socialist and Democrats (S&D), look set to vote to lock in upwards of 213 million tonnes of carbon from fossil gas, as part of the revision of the EU’s key energy infrastructure law, the TEN-E Regulation.
Romania’s recovery and resilience plan: Investments and reforms conflicting with the decarbonisation process of the energy sector
August 8, 2021
As the European Commission is currently reviewing the Romanian Recovery and Resilience Plan, there is a risk that billions of euros in public money might end up supporting the fossil fuels industry. This briefing provides an analysis of the recovery pl
August 6, 2021
Statele membre ale Uniunii Europene au căzut de acord să contribuie activ la diminuarea schimbărilor climatice, iar din acest motiv a fost …
June 29, 2021
People around the world are already feeling the brunt of the climate crisis on an almost daily basis. Most governments accept we are in the midst of a global climate crisis, including those controlling the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). And yet, Bankwatch’s recent analysis shows that during 2019-2020, the EBRD has awarded the fossil fuels industry more than USD 2 million every day on average. Two million dollars. Every single day.
June 24, 2021
On the occasion of its 30th anniversary, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has the opportunity to help avert climate breakdown by putting itself at the heart of the global transition to a carbon-free economy. This joint state
June 18, 2021
BankWatch, a network of organizations that monitors international public finance in Central and Eastern Europe, has a released a report in …
June 16, 2021
This report analyses the EBRD’s energy-related operations across the first two years of the Bank’s new Energy Sector Strategy (ESS) (2019-2020). This initial period of the ESS’s implementation is also compared to the previous ESS implementation period
June 14, 2021
Source: Member states under fire for backing ‘blended’ hydrogen and fossil gas
June 10, 2021
Calls to curtail the expansion of fossil gas infrastructure are mounting, and on Friday (11 June) EU energy ministers have a chance to ensure Europe’s cross-border energy infrastructure is in line with the leadership role it has taken in the global effort to stem the climate crisis
Mai multe ONG-uri europene de mediu cer excluderea gazului din mecanismul de finanțare pentru Proiecte de interes comun
June 8, 2021
Organizațiile de mediu din mai multe țări din Europa Centrală și de Est, printre care și România, au trimis reprezentanților Consiliului Uniunii Europene o declarație comună prin care se opun reintroducerii proiectelor pe bază de gaze fosile ca Proiecte de interes comun.