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.
Mines, sunken ships, destroyed nature reserves – what do we know about the impact of the Russian war on the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov
How our marine and coastal ecosystems suffered during more than 9 years of the Russian war in Ukraine.
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.
The US should ban imports of refined products from refineries running on Russian crude.
russia intends to almost triple its LNG export capacity to 100 million tonnes per year by 2030.
Experts from Ecoaction took part to discuss the past, the current and the future of the just transition in Ukraine.
How does war affect the climate and how to tackle it? Independent experts assessed GHG emissions caused by Russian war in Ukraine
russian occupiers committed another act of terrorism in Ukraine by destroying the Kakhovka Dam.