CAN Europe Publications on:

South East Europe

  • CAN Europe Position on the Reform of the Energy Community Treaty

    27.06.2014 | CAN Europe Positions

    This document represents the agreed position on the Reform of the Energy Community. We call for the Energy Community to include a functioning enforcement mechanism. We demand that the EU’s environmental and social standards are applied across the Energy Community countries.

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  • Need for sustainable energy in Southeast Europe

    19.06.2014 | Press Releases

    In a report released this week [1] at a high level meeting of the Energy Community [2], CAN Europe and other NGOs [3] called for more transparency, a level playing field for energy investments and decent environmental standards in Southeast Europe. The report represents the agreed position of the NGOs towards the Energy Community.

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  • Submission on the Energy Community for the Future (2014)

    06.02.2014 | Submissions to Consultations

    CAN Europe made a submissions to the European Commission’s Consultation on an Energy Community for the Future.

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Contact

Viktor

Viktor Berishaj in Brussels
Energy Policy Coordinator for Southeast Europe
viktor /at/ caneurope.org
+32 4714 38 442

stevan

Stevan Vujasinović in Belgrade
Communications Coordinator for Southeast Europe
stevan /at/ caneurope.org
+381 63 390 218

Latest Publications on South East Europe

  • Coal is out. Are the Western Balkans in?

    Are EU member-states in Southeast Europe ready for timely and just transition beyond coal? For the Western Balkans, membership hopefuls, the question is how much longer can public subsidies and Chinese loans keep coal zombie alive at growing cost to health, livelihoods, and the environment?
  • Study: New links between air pollution and COVID19 rates are a lesson for healthy recovery in air-pollution hotspots like Western Balkans

    More links between air pollution and Covid-19 cases, hospital admissions, and deaths are discovered by the study of 355 municipalities in the Netherlands conducted by the IZA Institute of Labour Economics(1). Other studies found that long term exposure to PM2.5, nitrogen dioxide (NO₂) and sulphur dioxide (SO₂) can reduce lung function(2) and cause respiratory illness(3).
  • Delays to Balkan energy transition cost more

    ▶️ One Balkan country clocks its first coal-free days,▶️ Another is rushing in the opposite direction, reviving shelved projects for a new coal plant.▶️ 2-speed energy transition in the Western Balkans,▶️ but delaying just transition beyond coal costs more.  Read the latest news and stories from the region's journey beyond coal. Delays to Balkan energy transition cost more Europe Beyond Coal unites civil society groups across our continent in working towards a swift and just transition away from coal-fired electricity and towards sustainable, renewable energy… Go to this presentation here   Read the previous issue: Make-or-Break Time for Balkan Green Agenda 
  • Make-or-Break Time for the Balkan Green Agenda

    The EU accession process with the Western Balkans requires more climate action now!
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