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.
Call the chimney sweepers! Independent monitoring shows for first time true level of air pollution near coal plant in Serbia
December 20, 2016
Smoke signals the coming of a polluted winter in Drmno, Serbia. Bankwatch’s independent air quality measurements show for the first time the alarming levels of dust particles near the Kostolac B power plant.
October 18, 2016
With our own device to measure air pollution, Bankwatch aims to provide independent data on air quality for selected sites across the Balkans. Poor air quality and the related impacts on health need to be higher on the policy making agenda in Balkan countries.
Campaign update: environmental and health impacts of Serbian planned coal power plant Kostolac B3 discussed in court hearing
June 28, 2016
The possible cancellation of the Serbian government’s decision to construct a new 350 MW unit at the Kostolac B lignite power plant was discussed on June 23 at the national administrative court of Serbia.