In 2015, mayors of several cities in Ukraine voiced their interest in guidelines and tools that would help them to communicate the importance of environmental and energy-related awareness to their citizens. The project “Public Environmental and Energy-Related Awareness, Education and Training Strategy in Local Communities in Ukraine” was launched to address this need.
The strategy document produced as part of the project contains an analysis of the current situation in the municipalities of Poltava, Cherkasy and Ivano-Frankivsk, and identifies the main problems and gaps in order to help local municipalities involve, educate and train members of the public about environmental responsibility and energy efficiency.
The project is implemented by the REC’s Climate Change and Clean Energy Topic Area, with funding from the Government of Japan.
This publication is only available in local language.