Russia Ukraine War

Russian Oil Exports and Fossil Fuel Revenues Outstrip the Invasion Costs

Banning Russian fossil fuels is the single, most efficient sanction countries can impose. Yet, as CREA's latest report shows, many of them continue buying Russian coal, oil and gas through official and alternative channels. All of this when renewables are within an arm's reach.

“Companies Funding Russian War” – CREA’s 2022 Report Exposes

Fossil fuels are not only fuelling the climate crisis but are also the engine that powers the Russian war in Ukraine. By buying Russian fossil fuels, Asian companies are becoming responsible for the war atrocities in the heart of Europe.

Who Buys Russian Oil and Gas? – The Case for Renewables in Asia

While Europe has imported the most fossil fuels from Russia, it is now banning them and plans a switch to renewables. However, Asian countries and companies need to follow this trend, as money spent on fossil fuels is money indirectly spent on Russia's war effort.

The West Divests While Japan Continues Financing Russian Fossil Fuels

The Russia-Ukraine war is the latest example of Japan's dependence on fossil fuels. This time, however, not sanctioning oil and gas imports will bring on greater reputational risk for Japan and its corporate sector.

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