This briefing paper presents analysis to assist investors, insurers and banks in achieving a coal phase-out from RWE andto protect public health.
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The Immerather Dom has become a symbol of the lost heritage and community destruction becasuee of the expansion of Germany’s vast Rhineland coal mines.
Europe's most polluting coal utility, RWE, is still planning to expand its two open pit coal mines in North Rhine Westphalia.
German utility RWE is Europe’s worst polluter, and one of the biggest threats to the climate and to a fast enough coal phase out on the continent.
German energy company Uniper has confirmed it does not intend to align its business with the goals of the Paris climate agreement.
Polish authorities have controversially rubber-stamped an environmental permit for the expansion of PGE’s Turów open-pit lignite mine.
Explosive leaked documents show that coal company LEAG’s 2016 mine plans are identical to the coal phase-out plan it and other lignite utilities.
Hedwig Drabik, Resident of Keyenberg Hedwig Drabik is a resident of the village of mines despite the fact that that industry […]
Keyenberg, Germany – Norbert Winzen’s family has been living in the village of Keyenberg for generations. His late father was […]