The reform aims to prevent climate change resulting from atmospheric emissions, industrial pollution, and human impact on the environment.
Climate change is a global challenge facing every country and calling for joint effort locally, nationally, and internationally. Ukraine was among the first countries in 2016 to sign and ratify an agreement under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change to regulate activities for the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions from 2020. In pursuance of the provisions of the Paris Agreement, Ukraine has drafted, adopted, and submitted Ukraine's 2050 Low Carbon Development Strategy to the UNFCCC Secretariat. However, this is not the ultimate goal of the reform.
For concerted action and effective implementation of the climate policy nationally and regionally
To get accurate data on greenhouse gas emissions and more effective reporting
For every individual sector to have a clear guide on sustainable development
4. Negotiating participation in international market and non-market climate-related mechanisms with other countries
Consolidated action with international partners is required to achieve appreciable results
The Kigali Amendment addresses the issue of handling regulated substances (fluorinated gases), protecting the ozone layer, and preventing climate change.
the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources of Ukraine, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, UNDP, European Investment Bank, World Bank, Ecoaction (Center of Environmental Initiatives), VEGO MAMA-86, National Ecological Center of Ukraine