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This is the second EPR of Ukraine published by the UNECE. The report takes stock of the progress made by Ukraine in the management of its environment since the country was first reviewed in 1999. While looking closely at the implementation of the recommendations of the first review, the report
… This is the second EPR of Ukraine published by the UNECE. The report takes stock of the progress made by Ukraine in the management of its environment since the …
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In view of their high untapped potential, bioenergy, hydro, solar and wind generation could constitute the building blocks of Ukraine’s future energy system, contributing up to nearly 80% of total energy generation by 2050. Provided key strategies and investments are put in place, and complemented
… Rebuilding Ukraine with a Resilient, Carbon-Neutral Energy System … peat, titanium, nickel, magnesium, timber, and mercury. Ukraine’s conventional and unconventional hydrocarbon …
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This country profile on the housing and land management sectors of Ukraine is the sixteenth in the series published by the Committee on Housing and Land Management. The country profile programme continues to emphasize in-depth analysis and policy recommendations, while also focusing on
… profile on the housing and land management sectors of Ukraine is the sixteenth in the series published by the … relevant to the country under review. In the case of Ukraine, these issues are: housing supply and …
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The EPR of Ukraine started with its preparatory mission in November 1997. This mission resulted in the agreed structure of the review. The team carrying out the review consisted of national and international experts. The national team members were made available by Bulgaria, Finland, France,
… The EPR of Ukraine started with its preparatory mission in November … Read more ENG … 1st Environmental Performance Review of Ukraine
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These reports are part of a series of publications that review the performance of multilateral institutions in promoting and financing energy efficiency improvements in selected economies in transition. The cases of Belarus, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Russian Federation and Ukraine are presented.
… of Belarus, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Russian Federation and Ukraine are presented. These are the five participating … Organizations in Promoting Energy Efficiency - Ukraine
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In modern, competitive economies, knowledge-based innovation is the foundation for economic development. Sustained growth and improved living standards can only be obtained by increasing productivity and introducing new and better products and services that compete successfully in the global
… Commission for Europe INNOVATION PERFORMANCE REVIEW OF UKRAINE UNITED NATIONS New York and Geneva, 2013 NOTE The …
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Proceedings of the Seminar on Financing Energy Efficiency Investments. Energy Efficiency Investment Project Business Plans. This guide is designed to facilitate the decision-making process leading to possible investments in energy and climate change mitigation in selected countries: Belarus,
… Belarus, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, the Russian Federation and Ukraine. The book covers not only traditional ways of … Belarus, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, the Russian Federation and Ukraine
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… ECE/TIM/SP/4 Read more … Ukraine Country Profile …
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This publication contains a background note for the thematic workshop on promoting circularity in rebuilding Ukrainian cities, organized on 25 November 2022. The first part covers key challenges faced by cities in Ukraine, as well as key national legal acts and regulations relevant to circularity,
… Integrated Rehabilitation of Settlements (Territories) in Ukraine with a pilot project in the City of Kharkiv”, funded … (2022)’, which estimates that US$349 billion is needed for Ukraine’s recovery and reconstruction needs. Recovery of …
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A first Environmental Performance Review of Bulgaria had been undertaken in 1995 as a joint project between ECE and OECD. In September 1999, the UNECE Committee on Environmental Policy agreed to the Bulgarian request for a second review by UNECE. The project was the first second-round review of
… national experts from Denmark, France, Germany, Italy and Ukraine, together with the UNECE secretariat.  ECE would … and the Governments of Denmark, France, Germany, Italy and Ukraine for having delegated their experts for the review. …
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This publication is the second profile on smart sustainable cities in the UNECE region, after Goris, Armenia. The study analyses the city of Voznesensk by using the Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for Smart Sustainable Cities and support the municipality in setting priorities for action.  
… Smart Sustainable Cities Profile VOZNESENSK, UKRAINE Sm ar t S us ta in ab le C it ie s Pr ofi le Vo zn …
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The failure of tailings management facilities is a major problem worldwide that regularly leads to severe disasters. To address this problem, a methodology for tailings safety – comprised of a tailing hazard index, checklists and a measure catalogue – was developed and tested within a project on
… and tested within a project on improving tailings safety in Ukraine, financed by Germany under the framework of the … safety and the methodology can also be found at: www.tmf-ukraine.org and …
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ADVANCED VERSION The transition of the global energy system is leading society towards an innovative future, offering an opportunity to transcend the current global economy in favour of a more sustainable one. Equal gender participation in this endeavour can help society leap to a future of
… case studies of five UNECE member States: Albania, Belarus, Ukraine, the United Kingdom, and Uzbekistan. I hope this …
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These reports are part of a series of publications that review the performance of multilateral institutions in promoting and financing energy efficiency improvements in selected economies in transition. The cases of Belarus, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Russian Federation and Ukraine are presented.
… of Belarus, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Russian Federation and Ukraine are presented. These are the five participating …
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These reports are part of a series of publications that review the performance of multilateral institutions in promoting and financing energy efficiency improvements in selected economies in transition. The cases of Belarus, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan,
… of Belarus, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Russian Federation and Ukraine are presented. These are the five participating …
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The
… to the nZEB Standard for New and Existing Buildings in Ukraine 52 SIDEBAR 3. Testing the Concept of a Public ESCO … focus region, especially following the Russian invasion of Ukraine in early 2022, countries must urgently invest in …
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These reports are part of a series of publications that review the performance of multilateral institutions in promoting and financing energy efficiency improvements in selected economies in transition. The cases of Belarus, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Russian Federation and Ukraine are presented.
… of Belarus, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Russian Federation and Ukraine are presented. These are the five participating …
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These reports are part of a series of publications that review the performance of multilateral institutions in promoting and financing energy efficiency improvements in selected economies in transition. The cases of Belarus, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Russian Federation and Ukraine are presented.
… of Belarus, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Russian Federation and Ukraine are presented. These are the five participating …
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This report summarizes the impacts that the COVID-19 pandemic had during 2020 in the forest sector of the countries in Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia (EECCA) (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russian Federation, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine
… Moldova, Russian Federation, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan), focusing on production, export, … 2020). Ukraine. According to the Ministry of Economy, Ukraine’s GDP dropped by an estimated 4.7% in 2020. The …
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The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) and Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century (REN21)  issued the REN21 UNECE Renewable Energy Status Report 2017.  The UNECE Renewable
… the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan . The report was launched on 12 June …