Energy Community Treaty revision – NGO policy briefing
Briefing | 20 February 2014
The EU-backed Energy Community Treaty, which brings together the Western Balkans, Ukraine and Moldova in order to integrate them with the EU energy market. Although original Treaty contains some environmental obligations for signatory countries, it pays relatively little attention to environmental and public health concerns. This in turn increases the likelihood of EU countries importing energy produced at great costs to the people and environment in accession and neighbouring countries. The current revision of the Treaty is a valuable opportunity to rectify this problem.
Theme: Energy & climate | Social & economic impacts | Other harmful projects
Location: Albania | Bosnia and Herzegovina | Croatia | Macedonia | Montenegro | Moldova | Serbia | Ukraine | Kosovo
Tags: Energy Community | coal
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