The problem with Tuzla 7 coal-fire power station

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Key concerns for the Tuzla 7 project There is an ongoing review by the Aarhus Convention Compliance Review Committee into Bosnia and Herzegovina’s refusal of access to justice.2 In 2019, the European Commissioner for Enlargement strongly criticized Bosnia and Herzegovina’s parliament for approving a state guarantee for a loan from China Eximbank.3 This guarantee would… Continue reading The problem with Tuzla 7 coal-fire power station

Større klimaindsats og transparens fra EKF Danmarks Eksportkredit

Danmarks Eksportkredit (EKF) er i praksis en af de mest grønne eksportkreditgivere i verden med en stor andel vedvarende energi i porteføljen. Derfor er der god grunde til at styrke EKFs klimaprofil og øge transparensen, både med egne indsatser og i samarbejde med andre landes eksportkreditgivere. Dette notat gennemgår nogle eksempler på hvad der kan… Continue reading Større klimaindsats og transparens fra EKF Danmarks Eksportkredit

Chinese-financed coal projects in Europe: A real and immediate threat to the EU’s decarbonisation efforts

While the European Union has stepped upits commitment to climate change mitigation and has set out a path to reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, Chine continues to support coal plants in Southeast Europe, which contradict global climate imperatives, runs afoul of EU legislation on procurement, State aid and environment as well. Read… Continue reading Chinese-financed coal projects in Europe: A real and immediate threat to the EU’s decarbonisation efforts