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Brussels, Belgium — An international bank consortium funding Slovak energy company Slovenske elektrarne (SE), including financial institutions ING, ERSTE, Société Générale and Intesa Sanpaolo, has pulled out of the Mochovce nuclear power plant...
With only two months of the Slovenian EU presidency left to go and a number of crucial environmental issues on the agenda, Greenpeace has warned that Slovenia must sharpen up its act if it wants to leave a lasting mark on the EU political scene.
Brussels, Belgium — Greenpeace today filed an official complaint with the European Commission alleging illegal state aid and market distortion concerning the Mochovce nuclear power plant project in Slovakia.
Brussels, Belgium — The deceptive duo of French President Nicolas Sarkozy and German Chancellor Angela Merkel could cut a climate-bashing backroom deal seriously undermining Europe’s attempts to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from cars,...
Today Greenpeace protested during a meeting in Brazilia between José Manuel Barroso, European Commission President, and Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, President of Brazil, to highlight the joint EU-Brazil responsibility in fuelling the destruction of...
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