June 16, 2020
Like many other financial institutions, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has responded to the call to join the global effort to tackle the climate crisis. And yet, over the past decade, while growing its support for renewable energy, the bank has continued to hand out public money to the fossil fuels industry.
June 4, 2020
Despite this deadly legacy, just two years ago, all the Western Balkan countries except Albania still planned to build new coal power plants. Since then, three out of five have abandoned these plans. The region has split, creating a two-speed energy transition.
June 3, 2020
This briefing analyses the EBRD’s energy investments from 2010-2019.
June 1, 2020
Warsaw – As the Polish government is gearing up to prepare plans for the transformation of coal regions that would allow it to tap a 40 billion euro Just Transition Fund made available by Brussels, local municipalities and civil society demand to be included in the planning process.
May 12, 2020
Enam kui 20 Euroopa keskkonnaühendust saatsid Euroopa Komisjoni presidendile Ursula von der Leyenile kaebekirja, milles leidsid, et Eesti Energia uus õlitehas on vastuolus Euroopa Liidu kliimaplaanidega.
March 16, 2020
El sistema eléctrico español ha incrementado en el último año en casi un 100% su adicción al gas
Alarming levels of air pollution in settlements in coal regions are choking Central and Eastern Europe
March 4, 2020
Bankwatch’s ongoing air pollution campaign added six more locations to its independent particulate matter monitoring to provide on-the-ground data from these major polluting locations.
December 9, 2019
Jedna od vodećih evropskih televizija Euronews objavila je prilog o BiH kao zemlji u kojoj je profit dobiven iz termoelektrana na ugalj važniji od zdravlja građana. OZBILJNA KRITIKA IZ EVROPE: “BiH će morati dekarbonizirati svoju privredu da bi se prid
December 6, 2019
To fight climate change, the European Investment Bank, the world’s largest development bank, voted Thursday to stop funding fossil fuel projects despite opposition by some countries, most notably Germany.
December 6, 2019
In Europe, there is still a place where coal is transported by a steam locomotive: the Banovići mine in Bosnia-Herzegovina.