We call EU to support civil society engagement and incorporation of green principles into the Ukraine reconstruction process.
How the russian full-scale war in Ukraine has affected global climate change.
This interim assessment concludes that greenhouse gas emissions for seven months of the full-scale war totals at least 100 million tCO2e.
Our expert about this situation and the link between the war and fight against climate change.
Climate change and the war against Ukraine have a direct link to dependence on fossil fuels.
Civil society organizations developed principles on which the renovation of Ukraine should be based.
Unlimited extraction and burning of fossil fuels poses a dare threat to humanity due to climate change.
We need to continue to unravel the ties that exist between Ukraine and the rest of the world.
Many environmental crimes caused by russian aggression during the first month of the large-scale war.
They’re destroying not only people and infrastructure, they also destroy nature.