Though air pollution results in more and more deaths, Kosovars continue to illegally excavate, sell, and burn coal.
A group of international and Kosovo-based NGOs have expressed support for the World Bank’s shift towards a more ‘comprehensive approach to energy sector development’ in Kosovo.
The maximum price per megawatt produced by the Kosova e Re power plant will be set at 80 euros, which would be 52 euros higher than the current cost of electricity.
The Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning demolishes seven foundations of new homes in Hade, a village next to the expanding Sibovc coal mine.
Dajana Berisha who filed the complaint on behalf of victims of forced displacement for the development of Kosovo’s coal-fueled power plant, talks about getting the World Bank to recognize their mistakes.