May 29, 2020
After decades of failed restructuring, Romania’s Jiu Valley is finally looking to a future beyond coal. Source : Ailing Romanian Coal Region Sees New Hope in EU Green Deal
May 15, 2020
Anti-coal campaigners have praised the North Macedonian government after it adopted a national energy strategy that considers the prospect of retiring its coal power capacity in the next five years. Source : Balkans coal future in doubt as North Macedo
May 15, 2020
International targets to tackle nature loss under the UN Convention on Biological Diversity are likely to be missed because “environmental protection has been incomplete, restoration has been smale-scale, and the implementation and enforcement of legis
January 15, 2020
Member states will be required to draw up ‘just transition plans’ consistent with the EU’s climate goals in order to receive future funding to support fossil-fuel dependent regions under plans expected to be confirmed by the European Commission on Tues
January 8, 2020
At the initiative of Greenpeace and Bankwatch, a meeting took place at the headquarters of the Department for Energy with representatives of the Ministry of Economy, Energy and Business Environment (MEEMA). The objectives of the meeting were to facilit
September 14, 2016
Critics claim €3bn European funding for the Southern Gas Corridor energy project would undermine EU climate change targets and gloss over human rights abuses. LONDON, 14 September, 2016 – Civil society campaigners have accused the European Union of pouring unprecedented amounts of state aid into a huge energy project that runs counter to its own climate change objectives.
April 18, 2012
Poland’s application for free emission allowances is a disgrace to European climate goals. If granted, the country’s fossil fuel centred plans would mean a step back for Europe’s plans to decarbonise its energy sector.