Doing the same thing and expecting different results?
Study | 10 November 2017
An analysis of the sustainability and transparency of the European Fund for Strategic Investments
This analysis shows that EFSI investments in energy projects have so far benefited fossil fuels (EUR 1.8 billion) almost as much as renewables (EUR 2 billion), despite the EU’s commitment to the Paris Agreement. It also reveals that 75% of the fund’s investments in transport went to carbon intensive projects such as motorways, airports and the car industry.
Theme: Energy and climate | Transport
Project: European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI)
Tags: economic crisis | fossil fuels | investments | motorways
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