08 April 2021 - The plans for a coal phaseout in Greece seem to be accelerating as the only thermal power plant project may be switched to gas earlier.
05 April 2021 - Ahead of the election in Albania, Prime Minister Edi Rama said no hydropower units would be allowed on the Vjosa and that it was declared a protected area
31 March 2021 - Garanti BBVA, the fifth-largest bank in Turkey vowed to cleanse the loan portfolio of the remaining coal mines and plants by 2040
29 March 2021 - Hydropower developers and operators that want to raise funds via green bonds can now certify their environmental footprint by using CBI's tools
25 March 2021 - Fifty percent of coal-fired thermal power plants in Europe are closed or will be shut down by 2030 amid rising CO2 costs and the expansion of renewables
24 March 2021 - After environmentalists protested and a warning from auditors, the Government of Montenegro said oil can be discussed only after exploratory drilling
24 March 2021 - As people, cities and companies are preparing to mark Earth Hour 2021 by turning off...
19 March 2021 - Minister Irena Vujović said Serbia is contributing to the global struggle with its Climate Change Law and confirming it is responsible toward its citizens
17 March 2021 - Large combustion plants in four contracting parties surpassed air pollution limits, prompting an enforcement process within the Energy Community
16 March 2021 - The main purposes of waste management policies are to reduce the negative impact on the environment, increase awareness and balance regional development.
15 March 2021 - Čačak in Serbia reached the legal limit of 35 days with excessive PM10 pollution on March 3 while Valjevo passed the mark in the first half of February
15 March 2021 - The Government of Serbia ordered Zijin to produce an environmental impact study for the whole copper smelter in Bor and prevented so-called salami slicing