Essen, 2 May 2019 - German coal giant RWE will be an increasingly bad investment as long as its coal-fired power plants stay in operation, and while its destruction of villages and the Hambach Forest continues, warn Urgewald and Europe Beyond Coal.
An innovative new art exhibition was launched outside of the UN climate COP24 conference, showcasing testimonials of people across Europe affected by the destructive impacts of coal.
Der Kohleausstieg ist schon lange ein großes Thema in Deutschland. Wie aber sehen die Kohleausstiegspläne anderer Länder aus?
Europe Beyond Coal and almost 100 organisations have signed a letter calling on German chancellor Merkel to declare a moratorium... View Article
Centuries-old villages across the country are being bulldozed to make way to mine brown coal — one of the filthiest... View Article
It’s been a good run at the Ibbenbüren mine. But now, after 500 years of mining in this coal-producing region,... View Article
Following in the footsteps of major European insurers Allianz, AXA, Generali and SCOR, two French insurance firms, Macif and AG2R... View Article
Coal plant closure momentum is growing in Europe this month, with four German plants retiring or announcing retirement in March, and Ireland committing to a total coal phase out by 2025.
Europe Beyond Coal groups and other NGOs have called on the Mayor of Rotterdam, Mr Ahmed Aboutaleb; the CEO of... View Article