Civil Society Organisation’s assessment on the Progress of Serbia of Chapter 27 – Environment and Climate Change, for 2015. The report lays out the main developments in environmental and climate policy in Serbia, […]
After Belgium on Monday, another european country has been awarded for his reluctance to take climate action : Turkey, already famous for being a coal champion.
In this briefing, we describe the most important coal subsidy streams in Europe. We also single out the biggest culprits when it comes to state involvement and support, and we […]
Ukraine’s dependence on imported coal has dramatically increased since last year. It results from a steep decline in coal production in the Ukrainian city of Donbass, which followed extensive damage […]
Joint reaction on the Energy Community’s Roadmap from CEE Bankwatch Network and Climate Action Network Europe
On Friday 16th October the Ministerial Council meeting in Tirana adopted a Roadmap on the future of the Energy Community.
Failure of Energy Community Treaty: if EU can’t make its neighbours clean up, can it be climate leader?
The Ministerial Council of the Energy Community – a Treaty between the EU, the Western Balkans, Moldova and Ukraine – is expected to decide on far-reaching reforms this week. According […]
This briefing describes the coal threat in in Southeastern Europe but will also explain why the many coal projects are doomed to fail – either in the planning stage or […]
Turkey could become the new climate bomb in Europe, supported by French government-owned companies. NGOs from across Europe are asking France to end coal projects in Turkey.
Countries of Southeast Europe (SEE) waste much more energy than the members of the European Union, according to a new report published today by a group of civil society organizations from […]