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Hydrogen: the new panacea?

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Ecologistas en Acción and ODG warn about the impacts of hydrogen development as a solution to the energy transition. It is not as green, economical

European Union: New crisis, same recipe?

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Recovery plans in the European Union and the Spanish state and its implications for energy and climate policy The measures taken to deal with the

Polluters profiting from pandemic bailouts

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How the fossil fuel industry is using the COVID-19 crisis to capture public funds and lock in-dirty energy Fossil Free Politics Campaign Investigation: Rachel Tansey based

Cities VS multinationals

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All over the world, and especially in Europe, cities have become a key battleground against the growing reach and power of multinational corporations, argues a

Who Owns All The Pipelines?

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A look at Europe’s 4 biggest gas transport companies: Fluxys, Enagás, GRTgaz and Snam Why is the EU still building new and unnecessary gas pipelines

MythCat

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For more than a decade, Enagás (in Spain) and Teréga, ex-TIGF, (in France) have been promoting the construction of the Midi-Catalunya pipeline (better known as

Is Natural Gas a Friend of the Climate?

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The general objective of this study is to evaluate the climate impacts of the gas supply chain: in particular, those associated with liquefied natural gas