In these particular economic circumstances, it is completely irrational for any publically-owned company to disburse 400 million euros for a project that is economically non-viable. Insisting on the construction of Ptolemaida V will entrap Greece into an outdated energy model at a time when the recent technological leaps render clean energy a cost-competitive basis for the reconstruction of the country’s production.


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An important initiative of Greece leads to the adoption of a resolution for the “Conservation of Mediterranean Basin island wetlands” 


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Today WWF Greece launches a new report demonstrating that there is no dilemma in choosing between the planned lignite plant Ptolemaida V and hybrid RES and pumped hydro energy storage systems (PHES). According to the economic and technical assessment performed in the report, the latter prove to be not only cleaner, but more profitable as well.


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The Standing Committee of the Bern Convention on the Conservation of European Wildlife and Natural Habitats adopted a Recommendation at its annual meeting last week, urging Greece to prevent habitat deterioration and ensure improved protection of Southern Kyparissia Bay. Indicative of the strong European reaction is the call for a permanent construction ban in the area.


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Today, WWF Greece announced its tenth annual review of Greece’s environmental laws and policies. The period covered by this year's report (July 2013 -June 2014), documents the culmination of a systematic process of dismantling Greece’s already poor environmental acquis.


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