Time to end the damaging cycle of land, surface and groundwater pollution in Tuzla
December 21, 2020
There are few things one can be sure of in life, but the constant anxiety communities near Bosnia-Herzegovina’s Tuzla power plant experience is one of them.
Pollution of land, surface and groundwater near the slag and ash disposal site of Tuzla thermal power plant
December 18, 2020
From 1 March – 31 August 2020, an analysis of water and soil samples was conducted in the area of influence of the closed slag and ash disposal sites in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) – Plane, Divkovići I, Divkovići II, Drežnik and Jezero I – as w
China-backed coal plants on EU’s doorstep hide huge carbon costs
January 14, 2020
Feasibility studies for two major coal power projects in Bosnia and Serbia – backed by Chinese banks – downplay the costs of emissions and ignore air and water pollution. Source : China-backed coal plants on EU’s doorstep hide huge carbon costs
Quantity over quality in EBRD food security initiative – Evidence from pig farms in Ukraine
February 19, 2014
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development praises its own achievements in the agricultural sector. A look at Ukraine, however, reveals how sustainable food provision, local communities and the quality of soil are falling by the wayside with the bank’s focus on big industrial operations.