investigations

Greenpeace post
24th Nov 2014
Energydesk team
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China’s flagship coal-to-gas pilot project is already breaking national standards on air and water pollution, according to an investigation by Greenpeace China.

Greenpeace post
21st Nov 2014
Energydesk team
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A flagship project designed to cut smog in Beijing by providing the city with relatively clean-burning gas is at risk of causing - air and water pollution, according to a Greenpeace investigation.

Greenpeace post
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20th Nov 2014
Zachary Davies Boren
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Greenpeace post
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14th Nov 2014
Zachary Davies Boren
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Greenpeace post
17th Oct 2014
Lila Randall, Christine Ottery
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Greenpeace post
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2nd Sep 2014
Zachary Davies Boren
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20th Aug 2014
Damian Kahya
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FOIs received by Energydesk suggest the UK has repeatedly failed to provide accurate information to the EU about the emissions of its coal plants delaying the implementation of air quality rules as it lobbies for old and polluting plants to remain open.

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11th Aug 2014
Zachary Davies Boren
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DECC report refuses to disclose social impacts of fracking so as not to “close down discussion”

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5th Aug 2014
Christine Ottery
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Coal mining at the source of the Yellow River is taking place, violates conservation laws, and threatens water supply downstream.

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1st Aug 2014
Lawrence Carter

The UK spends hundreds of millions of pounds each year importing coal from Russia with the money going to a small clique of Russian firms with ties to the Kremlin, according to a Greenpeace investigation.