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.
Today in Berlin, the head of the Ministry of Energy of Ukraine and the head of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy signed a joint statement on the launch of the German-Ukrainian energy partnership.
The pandemic revealed that many countries are unprepared for the crisis and are vulnerable to global problems. One such problem is climate change.
2020 was supposed to be a very important year for climate action. This year, countries are required to submit their revised Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) to the Paris Agreement.
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.
More than 2 thousands people came together in Kyiv for one purpose: to demand from the authority real action to fight climate change.