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Who really needs the Krk LNG Terminal?

Originally published on euronews. By Elena Gerebizza, Re:Common Last week, local residents and environmentalists confirmed their opposition to the planned Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Terminal in Krk, Croatia. A flagship project for the Adriatic country, the LNG terminal also features as a Project of Common Interest at European level, despite continuing controversies on its environmental impacts, usefulness […]

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Looting 2.0: supporting state capture at the Krk gas terminal

Looting2_0 11 February 2019 Re:Common, together with Counter Balance and Zelena Akcija/Friends of the Earth Croatia published a new report questioning the hidden interests behind the new LNG Terminal that Croatia wants to build on the island of Krk. Over the last decade, the building of a Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and regasification plant on the […]

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Help Reform the EIB!

Sign the petition for an improved EU bank. In May, as EU citizens we will be called to elect our new representatives at the European Parliament. This democratic choice will be essential to make sure they push on our behalf to shape the kind of Europe we want to live in. And an improved European […]

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EIB 60th Anniversary: bank Governors called to act on key reforms in NGO open letter

For the 60 Anniversary of the European Investment Bank (EIB), a group of 21 European NGOs sent a letter to the Governors of the bank who are meeting in Luxembourg on 22 June 2018. This open letter highlight key challenges for the EIB in the context of the negotiations over the next EU budget and the […]

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Uncertainty looms on the future of TAP, as EBRD envisages loan decision

By Elena Gerebizza, Re:Common After months of suspense and hesitations, the new Italian government is finally settled in Rome and didn’t wait long to fire out some first juicy declarations. Based on a “political contract” between the 5star Movement and the Northern League, the government’s patchwork agenda envisages to re-discuss planned big infrastructure projects – […]

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With a little help from the European Commission: TAP and the Southern Gas Corridor

by Elena Gerebizza, originally published by Re:Common Last week Baku hosted the 4th Southern Gas Corridor Advisory Council Meeting. The event saw the participation of representatives from the governments involved in the project, but also the European Commission Vice President Maroš Šefčovič, who in the last few months hasn’t missed a single chance to stress […]

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