Household survey in Drmno shows negative impacts of Kostolac B3 project, Drmno mine
Study | 13 June 2016
This sociological survey included 162 (or 65.9%) of the registered 246 households in Drmno, Serbia. It illustrates the bleak reality in the village where a large majority of households have health problems, cracks in houses and other negative impacts from the nearby lignite power plant and mine.
The document is only available in Serbian. See also Bankwatch member CEKOR’s website [sr] for information on the survey.
(CEKOR commissioned the survey to the sociologist and retired professor of architecture and geography Ksenija Petovar who was part of the team who designed the “Blue book of resettlement of Vreoci” – a document co-signed by the government, the local community council and state-owned energy company EPS.)
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