Complaint to EBRD’s Public Complaint Mechanism: Rivne-Kyiv High Voltage Line project
Official document | 10 January 2012
The loan agreement between Ukraine and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development for the Rivne-Kyiv High Voltage Line project (connected to the controversial “Second Backbone Corridor“) included significant parts of the project that were not assessed in the obligatory environmental and social impact assessment (ESIA) prior to project approval.
This complaint requests an investigation into the circumstances of the loan decision.
Annexes to the complaint included letters from Bankwatch and National Ecological Centre of Ukraine to the EBRD from September 2011 (pdf) and October 2011 (pdf).
Theme: Energy & climate | Social & economic impacts
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