2023-05-25

LUXEMBOURG - The world’s steel leader ArcelorMittal has exceeded several pollution limits authorized by European, Italian and French law for a decade. Meanwhile, the company headquartered in Luxembourg has received billions euros of public funds and indirect subsidies.  

Thanks to this investigation by Carlotta Indiano and Ariane Lavrilleux, the organisation France Nature Environnement (the largest federation of associations for the protection of nature and the environment in France) has denounced ArcerlorMittal in the courts of Lille and Marseille for "endangerment by emissions in the air" and "degradation of air quality".

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The Fossil Fuel Grants Programme

New Grants Programme to Scrutinise Europe's Fossil Fuel Industry

2024-02-26

LONDON/BRUSSELS - Today, Journalismfund Europe launches the Fossil Fuel Grants Programme. The new programme will support cross-border investigative journalism that scrutinises the wrongdoings of Europe’s fossil fuel industry and its proxies across the globe.

SoJo Europe

SoJo Europe to Promote Solutions Journalism Across Europe

2024-02-02

BRUSSELS/PRAGUE - Four European organisations joined together to start SoJo Europe, a new and innovative approach to strengthen cross-border, solutions-oriented, and investigative reporting across Europe. 

Wildfire’s Causes and Effects: Two Investigations Of Southern Europe’s Disasters

2024-02-15

SARDINIA / EVIA / EXTREMADURA / LEIRIA / ODOU - Megafires have become a staple chapter in southern Europe, particularly affecting the most remote regions that are not taken sufficient care of. What does the escalating frequency of fires indicate for our future? Two cross-border teams of journalists have tried to raise awareness of the issue and prove that European countries need a better common strategy to respond to this threat.