Effective EIA legislation is one of the requirements for Ukraine to become an EU member. EIA legislation that meets European requirements is important for post-war reconstruction. This is necessary to effectively regulate the environmental impact of restoration and construction processes.
The Ecoclub analyzed Ukrainian and foreign practices regarding legislation in this area — countries that regulate EIA in accordance with the requirements of Directive 2011/92/EU, the Espoo Convention, and the Aarhus Convention. Considering the world experience of using EIA can improve the Ukrainian procedure.
Read the research summary in English:Environmental impact assessment in Europe and Canada: approaches and peculiarities (3863 downloads )
The textbook is published within the framework of the project “Shaping structural change in Ukraine’s coal regions”, which is implemented in cooperation with Austausch e.V. and with the financial support of the German Federal Foreign Office and within the framework of the project “Closing the loop: a just energy transition designed by capitals and regions”. Its contents are the sole responsibility of the NGO Ecoclub and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Union and Austausch e.V.
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