Ukraine’s Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources commits to working with civil society to reduce climate impacts on the country

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This week, on the eve of the World Climate Protection day, Ukraine’s Ministry of Ecology of signed an open memorandum of cooperation with in Eastern Europe to work together to resist climate change in Ukraine, implement climate action policies and vision of a fossil free future, and highly involve civil society organizations in raising environmental awareness in Ukraine. EECCA team leader, Svitlana Romanko with Ukraine’s Minister of Ecology, Ostap Semerak

Climate change is affecting Ukraine significantly, and the country urgently needs an ambitious climate policy.

Speaking at a UNDP environmental forum in Ukraine this week, Ostap Semerak, the

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