Among the EU countries, Romania and Poland suffer the most from emissions from Ukrainian coal-fired power plants.
This study explores how this window of opportunity could be used to phase out coal in Ukraine and transition to a cleaner power.
This research aims to objectively analyze the process of land concentration in Ukraine.
The report gives an overview of relevant mechanisms and proposed measures that can facilitate uptake of renewable energy.
We recommend that the Government should integrate this Vision into the Roadmap for Ukraine’s participation in the EU Green Deal.
We published a publication covering the impacts of Ukraine’s energy sector on air quality and recommendations to protect human health and the environment from air pollution in Ukraine.
The study compares and contracts the environmental permitting system in Ukraine with law and policy in the EU.
The presented publication reflects the sentiments of the coal mining regions local population on just transition.
One of the most contentious issues since the land reform process began in 1992 is the controversial moratorium on the sale of land.
New infographics on green cities and gender explain the importance of women’s participation in sustainable urban infrastructure development.