|Sustainable Energy News - No. 20 February 1998 (INFORSE, 1998, 20 p.)|
The more than 20 success stories with sustainable energy in Central and Eastern Europe that INFORSE-Europe has collected so far will be shown in an exhibition parallel to the hus '98 and printed in a publication that will be available before the event.
For each of the cases there will be a description of the technology, economy, and the circumstances it is used in, as well as its potential for wider use. In the publication there will be a special category of sustainable energy campaigns made by NGOs. A few good cases are already identified for this.
Contributions with additional cases to the publication and exhibition are very welcome. Expenses to describe the cases can be covered by the project.
For the NGO Exhibition, parallel to hus '98, the Danish Energy Information Offices (affiliated with OVE, Danish Organisation for Renewable Energy) will also make an exhibition on Danish and European experiences in sustainable energy
Contact: INFORSE-Europe, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help Protesting New Nuclear Development in Ukraine
The environmental impact analysis of the proposal to complete the two half built nuclear reactors in Ukraine is about to be finalized. Then, the EBRD must decide whether it will finance the two reactors in Khmelnitski and Rivne. It is important to protest before the decision is made, and NGOs in the CEE Bank Watch Network ask for your support for their protests. Gunnar Olesen has signed a protest on behalf of INFORSE-Europe.
Contact: CEE Bank Watch att. Petr Hlobil, e-mail: email@example.com