Despite EU claims to be a leader in halting climate change, its trade and investment policies are making problems worse.
Among the most damaging institutions supported by EU policies are Export Credit Agencies (ECAs) and the European Investment Bank who continue to finance destructive activities and the fossil fuel industry.
Export Credit Agencies related resources
Still exporting destruction: A civil society assessment of Export Credit Agencies’ compliance with EU Regulation (PE-CONS 46/11)
ECA Watch has prepared this ‘shadow report’ — with the support of other civil society groups — in order to assess current ECA practice in relation to issues such as transparency, public accountability and more generally, their...
Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) default on its obligations to Export Credit Agencies
Press release launched on the day that more than 30 European non governmental organisations (NGOs) delivered a letter calling on governments not to fund a new pulp mill proposed by Asia Pulp and Paper (APP), one of the world's...
Financing nuclear times
This newspaper style publication is available in hard copy from firstname.lastname@example.org. It outlines the history of Export Credit Agencies' support for the nuclear industry and concludes by detailing the destructive projects still in the...
Export Credit Agencies and Climate Change: a briefing for Cancun
After the collapse of UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) talks in Copenhagen in December 2009, the future financial architecture for funding climate change mitigation and adaptation continues to be fiercely...