Ecoaction supports the inclusion of energy security and climate in the joint statement of Ukraine and the United States on strategic partnership.
Emissions of toxic substances from Ukrainian coal power plants in 2019 likely have killed 1315 people in the EU and twice as much in Ukraine – new study
Toxic emissions from Ukrainian coal-fired power plants are likely to have killed 2,690 people.
The first Ukrainian “Coal Camp” for activists of Donetsk and Lugansk regions took place from 12 to 15 August 2021 in the city of Sviatohirsk, Donetsk region.
During the hackathon, we got acquainted with 13 inspiring local initiatives from Donetsk and Luhansk regions.
Ecoaction supports the connection of Ukraine’s energy system to the European network of electricity transmission system operators ENTSO-E.
This can lead to lower budget expenditures and increased tax revenues, job creation and GDP growth.
What environmental challenges did Ukrainian coal towns talk about at the Annual Meeting of the Initiative for coal regions in transition in the Western Balkans and Ukraine
As of 2021 there are 9 towns in the Platform.
Cooperation of coal regions and local development – the main takeaways from the mining towns’ visit to Lviv region
The trip’s main objective was the exchange of best practices of local development etc.
According to the center’s experts estimate, in 2018 Ukraine lost 5.8% of GDP due to morbidity and mortality caused by toxic air pollution.
What is required explicitly of the Ukrainian government to successfully combat climate change and adapt to it to prevent the situation from becoming critical?