Briefing | 10 January, 2012 | Download PDF
The Coalition for a sustainable EU Budget advocates that a number of amendments to the Commission legislative proposal concerning the next Cohesion Policy funds should be supported by the European Parliament and Council if the next EU regional funds are to play any significant role in the transition towards a low-carbon, sustainable European economy.
Official document | 10 January, 2012 | Download PDF
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.
Official document | 9 January, 2012 | Download PDF
The complaint, filed with the European Investment Bank by Environmental Law Service (CZ) and Focus Association for Sustainable Development (SI), outlines controversies in relation to the Sostanj lignite thermal power plant with regards to the following aspects: insubstantial allegation that the project is „carbon capture ready“ and that the assessment submitted by the operator fulfils the criteria set up by the relevant EU Directive, failure to comply with the relevant EU directive for public procurements, questionable economic viability of the project.
Bankwatch Mail | 19 December, 2011 | Download PDF
Содержание ЕБРР и ЕИБ укрепляют связи с военной хунтой в Каире, игнорируя потребности общества Инфраструктурные планы Большой двадцатки Предложения по Политике сплочения: шаг вперед не отменяет шагов назад Начаты правовые действия против чешского мусор
Advocacy letter | 15 December, 2011 | Download PDF
The letter criticises the environmental assessment of the Nuclear power plants safety upgrade programme (SUP) in Ukraine. It concludes that the assessment insufficient and does not fully elaborate the objectives and consequences of the SUP.