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Mapa d’actors al sector turístic

Presentem el mapa d’actors “Qui és qui a la Barcelona turistificada?” en base al treball de recerca i enxarxament fet des de l’ODG, al voltant

Who Owns All The Pipelines?

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

Infografia projecte Castor

Interactive infographic of the Castor project Infographic Castor project by ODG on Scribd (HQ on download) Update for the Castor Case

Is Natural Gas a climate friend?

Natural Fossil Gas is being promoted as the ‘transition’ fuel to renewable energy. When it burns, it has less emissions than oil or coal, but


“DebtHub” is a web application for visualising, consulting and exporting macro-economic data on debt, from a critical perspective. It shows a world map and dynamic

Global Gas Lock-in, a Bridge to Disaster

The large majority of Europe’s energy use today still depends on fossil fuels, mainly from oil, gas and coal. While the climate effects of oil

Affected by energy projects

This collaborative mapping is made by different organizations and coordinated by the Observatori del Deute en la Globalització. It shows the other side of energy

Gas PCI’s Map

This map displays the gas-related Projects of Common Interest. It is a reproduction of the European Commision’s map, based on the official PCI cartography. 110