Strategy focuses on essential steps to assess climate-change impacts on society, economy and the environment in Ukraine, adapting sectoral and local policies and making better use of climate data. 

EU Sustainable Mobility Week saw the achievement of a key milestone in Ukraine on 20 September 2021, with the presentation of the draft National Cycling Strategy at an online and offline event


Ukraine’s renewed climate goals include reforms in all sectors that will reduce negative impacts on the environment while improving livelihoods, promoting clean and smart cities and ensuring competitiveness of the economy.


The Government of Ukraine updated its Nationally Determined Contribution under the Paris Agreement to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 65 percent by 2030 from the 1990 levels. Ukraine’s previous commitment was to reduce emisions by only 40 percent. 


The second Regional Workshop on Adaptation Plans and Strategies organised by the EU4Climate highlighted best practices and presented efficient tools for policymakers to use in mitigating the effects of the changing climate. During the workshop Ukrainian experience was presented with outlined 11 recommendations for colleagues from other Eastern Partnership countries. 


The first meeting of the Climate Change Adaptation Working Group has been held to discuss Ukraine’s climate adaptation strategy, the climate risks that most threaten Ukraine’s economy, and how the experience of other cities, and entire ecosystems, can be integrated into Ukraine’s adaptation planning.


The majority of cities in Ukraine have undertaken to reduce their carbon dioxide emissions by 20 percent by the end of 2020. Here is how they plan to achieve this goal.

UNDP held a national launch of regional EU4Climate Project, funded by the European Union, and aimed at tackling climate change in Ukraine.
Some 70 youth leaders and representatives of local authorities gathered in Kyiv for the Climate Ambition Forum on 27 February, where they discussed the most pressing climate-related issues and sought ways to address them. The forum was held as part of the EU4Climate project, funded by the European Union and implemented by UNDP. It was organized by UNDP in cooperation with the NGO “Center for Public Communications,” the Ukrainian Climate Network, the Association of Ukrainian Cities, and the Verkhovna Rada Committee on Environmental Policy and Nature Management.