10 December 2019

Felix Reitz

Felix holds a masters degree in Industrial Engineering and Management from Berlin Technical University and joined Europe Beyond Coal in 2017. He has a strong background in energy market modelling and quantitative research and has co-authored several scientific publications on the future of coal and lignite. Prior to joining the campaign he worked for Markedskraft Germany, German Institute of Economic Research (DIW Berlin), LBD Beratungsgesellschaft and Öko-Institut. As a member of the team, he underpins the daily and strategic work with data-driven analyses. He speaks German, English and French.

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13 November 2020

The Europe Beyond Coal coalition is urging coal region leaders to commit multibillion Euro recovery sums to a clean energy transition – and to tell their governments that the EU should not divert the funds towards a fossil gas-led future.

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23 September 2020

BERLIN, 23 September 2020 – With the Climate Care Uprising protests beginning today, and another wave of Fridays For Future global climate strikes coming Friday, civil society groups in Europe have launched an expanded set of digital tools to help people take part in online protests, blocking European coal, gas and oil companies that hold back progress on climate change. 

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19 October 2020

Prague, 19 October 2020 – The Czech government is in danger of looking out of touch at the upcoming EU council meeting, as its coal commission is homing in on a post-2030 phase out that would undermine Czech prime minister Andrej Babiš’s recent commitment to increasing the EU’s climate target to 55 percent by 2030. 

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12 October 2020

The Polish lignite mine, Turów, is polluting the Lusatian Neisse River causing subsidence that could damage houses across the German border.