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22 June 2016

Croatia: Plomin coal plant, operated by Hrvatska Elektroprivreda, stopped after 5-year campaign raising climate & health concerns

Author: CEE Bankwatch Network

"Croatia to drop controversial coal plant project, confirms minister", 14 June 2016...

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7 October 2013

Another company withdraws from controversial Plomin C coal plant in Croatia

Author: CEE Bankwatch Network

Korean company KOSEP has confirmed that it no longer intends to participate in bidding for the controversial 500 MW Plomin C coal power plant in Croatia. KOSEP is the second of the four strategic bidders shortlisted in September 2012 to pull out of...

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1 May 2013
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Author: Ресурсный центр по вопросам бизнеса и прав человека

Данный брифинг представляет отчеты из различных источников о том, как предприятия в Восточной Европе и Центральной Азии влияли на права человека, позитивно или негативно, в течение последних четырех лет. Брифинг касается Азербайджана, Албании, Армении,...

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1 May 2013
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9 April 2013

[PDF] Business & human rights in Eastern Europe & Central Asia – A round-up of recent developments

Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

This briefing highlights reports from a range of sources about how businesses have impacted human rights, positively and negatively, in Eastern Europe & Central Asia over the past four years. The briefing refers to Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan,...

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23 November 2011

HEP did not respond to: Environmental NGOs urge European Bank for Reconstruction & Development to withdraw from Ombla hydropower plant implemented by electricity firm HEP due to “high environmental risks”.

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26 October 2011

NGOs call on the EBRD not to finance “high risk” underground HPP in Croatia

Author: CEE Bankwatch Network

...[E]nvironmental organisations...called on the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) not to go ahead with a planned EUR 123 million loan for the Ombla hydropower plant near Dubrovnik in Croatia...In an open letter to the bank, the...

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