According to the report, Ukraine ranks 2nd in the world in terms of the total land area controlled by foreign investors.
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.
How careful are the agricultural companies with the land they use? We tried to answer this question…
The 2030 Climate Goal Roadmap includes quantitative targets for five sectors: energy, buildings, transport, waste and one subdivides sector, which includes agriculture, forestry and land use.
Ukraine’s economy is among the most carbon intensive in the world. Coal is the dominating source of CO2 emissions in the energy and industry sectors.
Transformation experiences of coal regions: Recommendations for Ukraine and other European countries
The work is comprised of an analysis of national energy sector transformation policies.
Cold bird and its eggs are ideal “living barometer”: an indicator by which it is possible to assess the level of pollution of the studied areas with persistent organic pollutants.
Industrial Ukraine: Impact of pollution on inhabitants and the environment in five industrial cities
The research focuses on the presentation and discussion of data on the level of pollution by heavy metals, petroleum hydrocarbons, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and organochlorine pesticides in five cities of Ukraine under high anthropogenic pressure.
The purpose of this research is to demonstrate possible implications of sea level rise caused by climate change for Ukraine, to bring attention to the need for further research into current processes.
In this brief we performed analysis of project on Completion of the nuclear units 3 and 4 at Khmelnitsky nuclear power plant (Ukraine).
The study presents the main EU requirements and procedures for intensive livestock enterprises and integrated development programs for sustainable agrarian production.
The report provides an overview of the main aspects and current status of the decommissioning preparations.
In 1986, Ukraine experienced a major nuclear accident at the Chornobyl nuclear power plant (NPP); over three decades later, this event continues to define Ukraine’s waste management situation.