This brief outlines the current state of play in the field of green energy recovery in Ukraine.
This second interim assessment concludes that greenhouse gas emissions attributable to twelve months of the war.
The recommendations made by the study highlight the decision to develop a policy for the post-war restoration of Ukraine’s land.
Solar to the rescue: photovoltaic energy systems can support Ukrainian communities and cities during the emergency response and in the longer term
Еxperts and civil society organisations are calling for diverse and alternative solutions such as renewable sources.
We initiated a sociological survey to learn more about Ukrainians attitude towards the development of renewable energy sources.
This interim assessment concludes that greenhouse gas emissions for seven months of the full-scale war totals at least 100 million tCO2e.
Putting the green reconstruction of Ukraine into action: Requirements for programme design and policy
What green reconstruction means concretely in every sector, what barriers to a green reconstruction currently exist, and how an optimal policy mix could overcome these barriers.
Fossil fuel exports are a key enabler of Russia’s military buildup and brutal aggression against Ukraine.
Adaptive, sustainable and decentralized agri-food systems will bring the economically viable and generally affordable production of food products.
We developed a step-by-step guide on what the Green City Action Plan is, why citizen participation is important for improving the future of cities.