November 24, 2023
In times of pressing climate and biodiversity crisis, the Lazio region and the Italian government are supporting a controversial project to double the Peschiera–Le Capore aqueduct, breaching several EU Directives, and not taking into account people who live in the area and their needs. Moreover, the project, partially supported by EU funds, could potentially endanger six Natura 2000 sites and already exploited local water resources.
February 28, 2019
Da li je posao koji zbog državnih subvencija garantuje profit investitoru istovremeno opasnost za životnu sredinu? Izgradnja malih hidrocentrala u Srbiji postala je jedna od glavnih tema kada su se pobunili meštani oko reka na kojima je trebalo da budu izgrađene. U međuvremenu, bunt je dobio formu građanskog ekološkog pokreta.
August 24, 2017
The Vjosa in southern Albania is the last free-flowing river in Europe and is crucial to thousands of livelihoods. But the Balkan frenzy over hydropower threatens the future of the entire valley. Source: The fight for Europe′s last untamed river | Envi
August 7, 2017
Southeast Europe is seeing an explosion in hydropower investment, but inadequate regulation and oversight of the sector are raising concerns about the environmental impact and whether these investments are sustainable. Source: bne IntelliNews – Wild ca