Global Energy Monitor

CoalWire 47, 24th July 2014

Coal dust widespread in Great Barrier Reef, Indian tribunal orders 'ultra mega' power price hike and the long history of violence against labour leaders at Drummond's Colombian mine.

CoalWire 43, 26th June 2014

Carbon Capture and Storage enters twilight zone, Japan funds Indonesian transmission project and Czech Republic ponders coal power phase out

CoalWire 42, 19th June 2014

The ADB's dirty little secret, coal is not making a comeback in Germany and legal challenge stalls winter forest clearing for Australian mine

CoalWire 41, 11th June 2014

Civil society groups press OECD to rule out export credits for coal and Kosovo coal plant explosion

CoalWire 37, 15th May 2014

Forty hours in jail for Mahan's forests, its people and their rights, Indonesian Community Leaders arrested for coal activism and Thiess Indian coal plans ended by landowner opposition

CoalWire 34, 24th April 2014

Ontario burns its last lump of coal, NGOs call for an end to Japan's overseas coal financing and protesters keep up the pressure after South Africa nixes Waterberg plant