The policy paper explores the goal, main objectives, and key components of the European Green Deal as an agenda of the European Commission to transit to climate neutral Europe by 2050.
The document analyzes each component of the European Green Deal (climate change, energy, transport, industrial strategy, agriculture, zero pollution, biodiversity, finance, trade) in terms of opportunities and threats to Ukraine. The policy paper includes recommendations for stakeholders
in Ukraine and the EU as regards the European Green Deal and Ukraine.
The policy paper was prepared within the implementation of the project “European Green Deal: Opportunities and Threats to Ukraine” by the Resource and Analysis Center “Society and Environment” in cooperation with the Institute for Economic Research and Policy Consulting, and DiXi Group.
The policy paper was prepared with the financial support of the International Renaissance Foundation as part of the grant project “European Green Deal: Opportunities and Threats to Ukraine.” The translation into English was provided with support of the EU funded project EU4USociety.
International Renaissance Foundation is one of the largest Ukrainian charitable foundations that has been supporting the development of open society in Ukraine based on democratic values since 1990. Throughout its activities, the Foundation has supported about 20,000 projects for the
amount of over USD 200 mln. The Foundation was founded by a philanthropist George Soros, and is part of an international network of Open Society Foundations.