Infrastructure damage from Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine amounts to more than $136 billion. Our country is facing a long post-war recovery, which should be based on the cooperation of central executive authorities, local governments and civil society.
Last June, Ukraine was granted the status of a candidate for membership in the European Union. In July, the Ukrainian government presented its Recovery Plan in the Swiss city of Lugano. NGO Ecoclub studied the energy and climate component of post-war recovery, Ukraine’s European integration, and the role of self-government bodies in these processes.
Read the research in UkrainianПосібник "Зелене відновлення українських громад" (2708 downloads)
Read the research summary in EnglishSummary Green recovery for Ukrainian Municipalities (1488 downloads)
The manual was published within the framework of the project “Shaping Structural Change in Ukraine’s Coal Regions” implemented in cooperation with Austausch e.V. and with the financial support of the German Federal Foreign Office of the Federal Republic of Germany.
Austausch e.V. is an international non-governmental charitable organization that works in the field of education, democracy, environment, civic initiatives and human rights. Austausche.V. connects people and organizations and strengthens contacts between different sectors of society.