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Balkani: Save the Kresna Gorge

It has been more than 20 years now that Bulgarian environmental NGOs, including the SEENET member “Balkani Wildlife Society”, together with local communities have been fighting to protect the “Kresna Gorge”, its rich biodiversity and its people from the EU commission funded trans-European highway.
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Ecologists' Movement of Macedonia – DEM/Young Friends of the Earth Macedonia’s Green New Deal and COP25 Watch

In the context of the current global climate actions, Young Friends of the Earth Macedonia, part of the North Macedonian SEENET member Ecologists' Movement of Macedonia (DEM) is promoting and fostering a grassroots and CSOs movement for a Macedonian Green New Deal in which the upcoming COP25 in Chile and the related analysis, discussions, reflections and conclusions will play a central role in it’s argumentation.
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SEENET support for Tirana’s 2nd Climate march!

SEENET member organizations stand in solidarity with our Albanian colleagues and their second climate march in Tirana.
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OAA: Climate marches in Tirana demanding “Climate Action Now”

The Organic Agriculture Association (OAA), SEENET network member from Albania, is promoting and co-organizing protests in Albania in the context of the climate strikes movement, demanding “Climate Action Now” from the Albanian government and world leaders.
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Support for CEKOR and the citizens from local affected communities in Kolubara lignite basin

SEENET member organizations support their colleagues from Serbia in today's protest in Belgrade, opposing Serbian energy investments harmful for the people and the climate.
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CEKOR: Campaign opposing climate harmful energy investments and advocating for affected local community inhabitant's resettlements

24th of September, Belgrade (Serbia), in front of ministry for environment: Protest of affected villagers against newly planned coal mine supported by CEKOR
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Alarming values of dust particles in Stanari

The results of independent monitoring of air quality in Stanari, as of July this year, show some alarming hourly values of harmful dust particles in the air coming from close proximity to the mine and thermal power plant, stated in the report of CEE Bankwatch Network created in partnership with Center for Environment. The measurement was performed with an automatic meter, not far from the open-pit mine and thermal power plant in Stanari.
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Reversal of subsidies for wind power in Bosnia and Herzegovina prompts legal action

The Republika Srpska entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina has breached competition legislation by halting its incentive scheme for wind farms in March this year, according to a complaint submitted today to the Energy Community Secretariat in Vienna by the Banja-Luka-based Center for Environment.
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Ana Colovic Lesoska awarded the 2019 Goldman Environmental Prize for Europe!

Ana Colovic Lesoska, Executive Director of Ekosvest, Bankwatch’s and SEENET's member group in Macedonia, has led a multi-year campaign to cut off international funding for two large hydropower plants planned for inside the Mavrovo National Park – Macedonia’s oldest and largest national park – thereby protecting the habitat of the nearly-extinct Balkan lynx.
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Wind park Mesihovina: Clean vs dirty energy

First wind park Mesihovina is opened in March 2018. It is located in the village of Gornji Brišnik, Tomislavgrad.