On the 35th anniversary of Chornobyl nuclear disaster Ukrainian activists from Ecoaction protested against the renewal of construction of two units of Khmelnytskiy Nuclear Power Plant.
The livestock complex pollutes and will continue to pollute surface and groundwater in Shulhivka village in the Dnipropetrovsk region of Ukraine.
The concentration of large tracts of Ukrainian land in the hands of a select few has led to a deterioration of soil and environmental degradation.
Barn burned down, burn and state budget or how much did the fight against the effects of climate change cost Ukraine’s state budget in 2020
Environmental problems are not only causing a headache for activists, but are also an additional financial burden on the state budget.
Remarkable climate data of this nature no longer has the power to shock as the reality of climate change becomes increasingly difficult to ignore.
Ecoaction supports the EU-Ukraine cooperation within the framework of the European Green Deal initiative. We believe that hydrogen has a role to play in these processes.
Representatives of coal mining towns will now be able to influence the transformation of coal regions
Representatives of the Platform for Sustainable Development of Coal Towns became official members of the Coordination Center for Transformation.
New infographics on green cities and gender explain the importance of women’s participation in sustainable urban infrastructure development.
We are convinced that this is the right initiative at the right time, as a low-carbon-development path in line with the EGD will not only define Ukraine’s climate mitigation policy.
Coronavirus crisis has changed the world in many fields with the world economy becoming one of its victims. However, there’s room for worse.