Despite all the difficulties, the implementation of the EGD approaches remained among the priorities of the Ukrainian government and parliament throughout the year.
The implementation of the principles and goals of the European Green Deal (EGD) in Ukraine during 2022 was marked by significant difficulties associated with a full-scale russian military invasion. Similarly, the Russian war against Ukraine and the economic aggression against the EU countries led to the revision of many policies and measures related to the EGD in the European Union itself, which affected the processes in Ukraine. Despite all the difficulties, the implementation of the EGD approaches remained among the priorities of the Ukrainian government and parliament throughout the year, and Ukraine’s acquisition of the status of a candidate country to the EU created additional grounds for maintaining this priority.
Information about the general trends of 2022, general recommendations for governmental authorities in Ukraine, etc. you can find the in this annual monitoring report.
Download the annual monitoring report “Ukraine and European Green Deal”
The publication was produced with the financial support of the European Union within the framework of the project “Mainstreaming sustainable development in Ukraine in line with the European Green Deal” and of the International Renaissance Foundation within the framework of the project “Advocacy for the “green” recovery of Ukraine through increased support for Ukraine and weakening of russian influence in the EU”. The project is implemented by a consortium of civil society organizations: DіXi Group (coordinator), Resource and Analysis Centre “Society and Environment”, Energy Efficient Cities of Ukraine (EECU) Association, Ukrainian Leadership Academy, Women’s Energy Club of Ukraine, DZYGA, PLATO.
Its contents are the sole responsibility of DіXi Group and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Union and/or the International Renaissance Foundation.