Dans les Balkans, en Grèce ou en Roumanie, entreprises d’Etat et banques chinoises sont impliquées dans une dizaine de projets de centrales. Lire la suite
The Guardian: Belt and Road forum-China’s ‘project of the century’ hits tough times
As China fetes its Belt and Road initiative at a summit this week, Chinese officials will be working hard to defend the flagship project from growing international criticism. Read the article in full: The Guardian
The Belt and Road Initiative: How Chinese coal technologies export to Europe and the world undermines global climate goals
Six years into implementation, China’s Belt and Road Initiative is recognized for its sloganeering on creating super connectivity corridors in the energy and transport sectors. The narrative is built around how China imparts its infrastructure success in countries where it goes. When the BRI Forum concludes in Beijing in late April, we can anticipate the… Continue reading The Belt and Road Initiative: How Chinese coal technologies export to Europe and the world undermines global climate goals
Euractiv: China, the Western Balkans and the EU: Can three tango?
While the EU has kept busy with its economic and political crises, China has become a main financier in the eastern part of the continent. Read the article in full: Euractiv
Climat : la Chine joue les bons élèves à la maison
Le premier pollueur mondial fournit des efforts titanesques pour développer les énergies propres sur son territoire mais construit des centrales à charbon dans le monde entier. Lire la suite
Foreign Policy: China Is Outsourcing Its Pollution
To meet China’s targets to slash emissions of carbon dioxide, authorities are pushing to shut down privately owned steel, coal, and other high-polluting factories scattered across rural areas. Read the article in full: Foreign Policy
Bosnia and Herzegovina: dying for coal
On all Saints day, people had come from all parts of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and even from abroad, to honour their loved ones at the cemetary of the Divkovici village, in Bosian and Herzegovina. That’s where we met Goran Stojak, who recently lost his father to lung cancer. In the last four months, six people… Continue reading Bosnia and Herzegovina: dying for coal
China stokes global coal growth
Chinese companies and banks are continuing to drive global coal expansion, as state owned companies, backed by state loans, build coal-fired power plants across the world. This is despite commitments from China’s top leaders to deliver clean energy and low carbon infrastructure for developing countries. Read the full story at Chinadialogue.net.