In this second webinar of the series about hydrogen, we will look at the hydrogen routes running through the Mediterranean area, discovering why these projects are not green at all, as they exemplify a model that perpetuates the promotion of mega-infrastructures built through public-private partnerships that lead to serious environmental and social impacts, even outside European borders. Speakers: Elena Gerebizza, Researcher and energy and infrastructure campaigner, ReCommon: The SoutH2 Corridor. Will it be built and with what implications? Rita Prates, Project officer, Zero: H2Med: the impacts of the Celza project in Portugal Josep Nualart Corpas, Researcher on energy and climate at Observatori del Deute en la Globalització (ODG): A priority country for hydrogen exports to Europe: what consequences for Chile? Moderator: Eva Pastorelli, CEE Bankwatch Network Italian, English and Spanish simultaneous translation will be provided. sIgn up This webinar is organized by ReCommon and Observatori del Deute en la Globalització within the “Citizens’ Observatory for Green Deal Financing” project, financed by European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA), and it’s the second of a series that will continue over the coming months.