February 17, 2021
Request to the EBRD Board Members regarding EBRD Management response to Bankwatch report “Connecting or Dividing?” and postponement of the decision on Corridor Vc.
Vujadin Berberović, local activist who campaigned against Corridor Vc in Bosnia and Herzegovina, passes away
February 10, 2021
Bankwatch is deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Vujadin Berberović, president of the Serb returnee association in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina, who played a key role in mobilising his community to ensure the local residents are equal stakeholders in the development of the Corridor Vc project.
January 26, 2021
In the early 2000s, the Corridor Vc route south of Mostar was planned to run through the Neretva valley, but due to strong local opposition, in 2011 this was changed to a route on the nearby plateau. In 2015 and 2016, yet another decision was made to r
October 22, 2020
Sekreterijatu Bernske konvencije o zaštiti evropskih divljih životinja i prirodnih staništa danas je podnesena žalba protiv Bosne i Hercegovine.
October 22, 2020
Iako je područje neadekvatno istraženo, poznato je da su prisutne rijetke vrste
September 26, 2020
Bosna i Hercegovine povrijedila je nekoliko odredbi Bernske konvencije za zaštitu europskih divljih vrsta i prirodnih staništa zbog davanja dozvole za hidroelektranu Ulog i mini hidroelektrane „Gornja Neretva“, u Hercegovini.
Freshwater Conservationists Worldwide Implore Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina to Permanently Protect Europe’s Last Wild Rivers
September 23, 2020
Global Organizations Urge Government to Prohibit Construction of Small Hydropower Projects Endangering Critically Important Rivers and Rare and Endemic Wildlife
May 21, 2020
The global Covid-19 pandemic has stopped neither hydropower companies nor nature defenders from pursuing their goals in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The latest flashpoint is the Neretva basin, where locals and NGOs are resisting construction with blockades and lawsuits.
April 17, 2018
Balkan coal projects are expanding under the Belt and Road banner “Miners don’t say good day, we say good luck,” says Hata Muratović Hasanspahić, standing at the door to a concrete elevator shaft that carries her 300 metres below ground each day. Hata
April 12, 2018
Our colleagues from the Center for Environment from Banja Luka have today published a new analysis of the feasibility study for the planned Gacko II lignite power plant in Bosnia-Herzegovina, which shows that the new plant is likely to be unprofitable.