A simple nod to Europe’s greening commitments is not enough.
Ecoaction together with 50 Ukrainian communities calls on the U.S. to include renewable energy in aid packages
Recently, together with 50 Ukrainian communities, we sent a joint letter to the United States government.
This policy brief assesses the direct and indirect environmental damage resulting from Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine.
Read the text to learn more about 10 organizations that will implement projects based on the principles of Green reconstruction.
Representatives of coal mining communities continue to plan for a green reconstruction.
Ecoaction launched the Green Info Tour “Restoration and Energy Security: Examples of Implemented Projects and Prospects for Ukraine”
Presented projects will ensure energy saving and potentially energy independence of Ukraine.
The destruction of the Kakhovka HPP is a large-scale environmental disaster.
Civil society calls for the EU’s Ukraine Facility to prioritise Partnership Principle and environmental conditionality
We submitted initial comments to the EC, urging the integration of the Partnership Principle and environmental conditionality in the legislation.
The right course to attract investments is by implementing EU standards.
The ‘build back better’ principle foresees that reconstruction will address the key environmental challenges that jeopardise the sustainability of food production.