Archive | September, 2018

European development money helps sustain fossil fuels-based companies – report

Originally published on bankwatch.org. Five of Europe’s biggest climate offenders continue to enjoy billions of euros in public funds, according to a Bankwatch report released today. 27 September 2018 The full report is available here. The companies – Energa and Grupa Azoty (Poland), ČEZ (Czech Republic), Elektroprivreda Srbije (Serbia), and Bulgarian Energy Holding (Bulgaria) – […]

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Open Letter: Lifting obstacles to international solidarity and successful international conferences

Over 30 climate justice organisations signed this open letter condemning the incomprehensible travel/visa issues faced by non-EU colleagues, who have been refused entry to attend our annual conference in Brussels.

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The EIB obstructs climate action with continued fossil fuels spending and lacks investment in sustainable energy – report

Originally published on Bankwatch.org Prague – A new Bankwatch analysis released today shows that in the years 2013-2017, the European Investment Bank (EIB) has invested EUR 18.4 billion in renewable energy projects in Europe and beyond, but at the same time handed out EUR 11.8 billion in EU public money to fossil fuels projects. The new […]

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