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Wednesday, November 11 • 13:00 - 14:10
Good intentions, bad execution - green's not always clean

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Green energy is supposed to be a good thing, right? Yet, in Serbia, many small hydro powerplant projects are tainted by corruption and harming the environment. In Ukraine, 'green oligarchs' are cashing in from solar powerplants, and taxpayers are providing the funds. European banks are giving out loans and incentives for 'green' investments that are often less clean that they should be. Join the panel to learn what it looks like when green turns dirty.

Moderators
avatar for Jelena Prtoric

Jelena Prtoric

Journalist/Arena Climate & Energy Network Coordinator, Arena for Journalism in Europe

Speakers
avatar for Pippa Gallop

Pippa Gallop

Southeast Europe Energy Advisor, CEE Bankwatch Network
I will give an overview of European public bank investments and incentive schemes related to renewable energy in Southeastern Europe.
avatar for Alisa Yurchenko

Alisa Yurchenko

Editor, Bihus.Info
Journalist and editor at anti-corruption investigation project Bihus.Info (Ukraine). I follow the activities of Ukrainian oligarchs and top officials. I reveal corruption schemes in the fields of energy, justice, courts, the law enforcement system, and the declaration of officials... Read More →
avatar for Dina Djordjevic

Dina Djordjevic

journalist, Center for Investigative Journalism of Serbia – CINS
Member of Center for Investigative Journalism of Serbia – CINS since 2017. Dina mostly covers topics related to ecology and contributes to multimedia production of CINS with the production of short videos and infographics. In 2019 she won two special prizes for the contribution... Read More →


Wednesday November 11, 2020 13:00 - 14:10 CET
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