September 10, 2018
Serbia’s notorious Drmno mine is rapidly expanding on Chinese loans, pushing the country towards high-carbon lock-in and a long-term debt.
August 21, 2018
Zagovornici projekata napuhuju brojke Ekološka grupacija CEE Bankwatch objavila je da države Jugoistočne Europe – Bosna i Hercegovina, Srbija, Bugarska, Grčka, Kosovo, Makedonija, Rumunjska i Crna Gora – u javnosti stvaraju pogrešnu sliku kako će se pr
August 6, 2018
While the major EU states have already set out a clear strategy for the swiftest possible transition to renewable energy sources and found many business opportunities along the way, the countries of South East Europe (SEE), where renewable power plant
July 24, 2018
The Balkans are determined to stay in the coal era – even while most countries in Europe are making plans for a future without coal, argues MARINA KELAVA. Source: China expands coal power interests in Bosnia and Herzegovina
July 18, 2018
In May this year, Romania made headlines after being referred to the European Union’s Court of Justice for failing to solve its air pollution problem. This breach is about three major cities – Bucharest, Iași and Brașov. But beyond the big cities, small communities are opposing polluting coal industries with nothing more than a bucket.
July 12, 2018
As Poland, Slovakia and the Czech Republic start phasing out coal, campaigners argue that all actors – including small entrepreneurs, communities and civil society – must be part of the process. Source: In Central Europe, activists fight for ‘just tran
July 9, 2018
Güneydoğu Avrupa ülkelerinin birçoğunda yeni kömür santralleri kurulması planlanıyor. AB ülkelerinin, özellikle de gelişmiş ekonomilerinde ise, kömür santralleri artık gündemde değil. Bunun nedeni kömür santrallerinin iklim ve sağlık üzerindeki olumsuz
July 4, 2018
Während Deutschland ein Datum für den Kohleausstieg sucht, bauen die Balkan-Länder ihre Kohleindustrie weiter aus. Befeuert wird die Entwicklung durch China. Am Wochenende könnte es neue Förderzusagen aus China geben. Source: “16+1”-Treffen: Wie China
June 28, 2018
Prague – Proponents of coal say almost 30,000 jobs will be created or maintained in southeastern Europe if new coal plants are built, while according to new analysis  by Bankwatch, over 5,000 jobs will be lost.
June 28, 2018
This study, an update of our November 2016 analysis, examines the claims and finds that in almost all cases, they are exaggerated. In fact, even the current levels of employment cannot be maintained and some companies such as Elektroprivreda Srbije and