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
15 March 2021 - The price of EU's carbon permits rose by 32.4% in 2021 and almost 16 times since April 17, 2013, when the all-time low was registered.
12 March 2021 - Climate change expert Danijela Božanić analyzes the Draft Climate Change Law, which the government adopted three years since the public consultation process ended
12 March 2021 - The European Parliament supported plans for the introduction of a CO2 tax on certain foreign products to prevent carbon leakage
02 March 2021 - At a time when many EU countries are working on coal phase-out, Croatia is planning to overhaul coal-fired TPP Plomin 1.
01 March 2021 - More than two and a half years after the public debate on the draft law on climate change has ended, the government has adopted the bill.
18 February 2021 - Cement and other building materials offer the biggest potential as governments and investors are turning to CO2 utilization
12 February 2021 - Companies can still claim a refund of unlawful CO2 taxes from the competent authorities until 12 April 2021
09 February 2021 - The Energy Transition Tracker points to slow energy transition momentum and the decarbonization challenge in electricity production and transportation.
05 February 2021 - Within five years, the item in electricity bills for stimulating green power in Germany could be scrapped. An average family now pays EUR 413 per year
28 January 2021 - US President Joe Biden has ordered the new administration to review oil and gas projects on federal land, scrap fossil fuel subsidies, and replace the government’s vehicle fleet with electric cars.
22 January 2021 - Slovenia has set yet another shining example in the region, offering EUR 1.5 million in subsidies to employers who hire people in green jobs.