04 May 2020
07 December 2023
Despite EU negotiators pushing for a decarbonised global power system in the 2030s at the climate negotiations currently taking place at COP28 in Dubai, Italy, Hungary and North Macedonia have postponed their coal phase-out commitments by several years.
02 December 2023
Today, 10 members including the United States, Czech Republic, Kosovo, Cyprus, Norway and Dominican Republic have joined the Powering Past Coal Alliance (PPCA), underscoring that even the most coal-heavy countries worldwide are looking to a future beyond fossil fuels.
27 October 2023
On the eve of the Rugby World Cup final in Paris, the tournament’s biggest sponsor, Société Générale, is under scrutiny for its long-time support of Energetický a průmyslový holding (EPH).
31 August 2023
Warsaw’s Administrative Court has suspended proceedings on Turów coal mine’s sham environmental impact assessment (EIA) that its owner PGE requires for its licence renewal. The verdict leaves local communities, already battered by water shortages, subsidence and dust, to stare down the barrel of a further twenty years of mining, while they await the claimants’ appeal.