January 24, 2020
Udruženje za zaštitu ustavnosti i zakonitosti predalo je Vladi zahtev da se provere navodi da filteri na termoelektrani Kostolac, plaćeni 130 miliona dolara, ne rade i ne smanjuju zagađenje vazduha. Source : Udruženje traži od Vlade da proveri filtere
January 17, 2020
Termoelektrarna Kostolac je kljub obnovi ena največjih onesnaževalk.Source : Kam odteka denar za okoljske ukrepe?
January 14, 2020
Dok iz sveta stižu podaci i istraživanja koja govore da su Beograd ali i cela Srbija među nazageđenijim mestima u svetu, te da naša zemlja zauzima neslavno prvo mesto po štetnosti lošeg vazduha po zdravlje u Evropi, čelnici srpske prestonice najavljuju
November 20, 2017
For the third time, Serbia has announced that construction will start at Kostolac B3, in spite of problems at the project persisting since the start of the permitting process.
June 1, 2017
The European Union’s and China’s joint commitment to climate action is tarnished by Chinese support for and the EU’s neglect of coal projects in the Balkans, as a new briefing explains. But it is still not too late to change course.
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.
[Campaign update] Impact Assessment of Serbian Kostolac B3 coal plant nullified, two investigative reports published
August 3, 2016
Two reports by the Serbian Center for Investigative Journalism take stock of the problems surrounding the planned Kostolac B3 lignite power plant, including a recent court decision that cancelled the project’s Environmental Impact Assessment.
July 21, 2016
To have a new block of the thermal power plant Kostolac B constructed and Drmno opencast extended, Serbian Government borrowed $608.2 from the Chinese state bank, and committed to obey Chinese laws. A Chinese company is the main contractor for the works. Serbia failed to consult Romania, even though it was a must, while Serbian Administrative court passed a ruling that Serbian Ministry of agriculture and environmental protection had violated law with its approval of the Environmental impact assessment study.
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.
February 4, 2015
Corruption cases continue to haunt Serbia’s coal sector as a new round of arrests last week has shown. They also illustrate how the dependence on coal creates vulnerabilities for Serbia’s energy sector and potentially its financiers, in particular in the aftermath of last year’s floods.