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UNDP Ukraine presentation on strengthening disaster risk reduction and recovery in Ukraine

Welcome remarks by Manal Fouani, UNDP Deputy Resident Representative in Ukraine  


The Butterfly Effect: Piloting research to support the sustainable transformation of Ukraine's coal mining towns

Listening to nature and voices in Myrnohrad and Chervonohrad  


For every dollar pledged to tackle climate crisis for world’s poor, four dollars are spent on fossil fuel subsidies that keep the climate crisis alive according to new UNDP research

UN Development Programmes’s new Don’t Choose Extinction campaign to raise awareness of the detrimental effects of fossil fuel subsidies on people and planet - headlined by global celebrities  



Government adopts new strategy to make Ukraine more resilient to climate crisis

Strategy focuses on essential steps to assess climate-change impacts on society, economy and the environment in Ukraine. Adapting sectoral and local policies and making better use of climate data.  


All-Ukrainian Forum on the Green Economy starts in Kyiv

Experts and participants discuss balancing economic growth and protecting the environment, ways to achieve decarbonisation, and finding effective measures to adapt to climate change.  


Green economies and the perfect balance

Opening remarks by Dafina Gercheva, Resident Representative, UNDP in Ukraine, at the National Eco Forum “Green Economy: How to Achieve Balance”, 21 October 2021  


Wrap up: European Urban Resilience Forum #EURESFO21

As the European Urban Resilience Forum in Malmo, Sweden comes to a close, we can breathe in some chilly Swedish air and reflect on the emotions, intense discussion, and the main messages and key…  


Ukraine: tackling risks in the decade of action

There is nothing natural about a disaster. There are natural events, occurring with unnatural frequency and severity, and there are risks associated with and determined by our levels of preparedness.…  


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