The Green Climate Fund Board has closed its twenty-eighth meeting, approving 15 new climate projects totaling USD 7.5 billion including USD 1.2 billion in GCF funding and USD 6.3 billion in co-financing, for low-emission, climate resilient development
At the radio program of the Ukrainian radio “Culture. Live” lawyer Alexander Lupeiko shared his conclusions on the results of human rights activities in the field of ecology
Legal action taken by a Swiss group at the European Court of Human Rights could create a precedent in Europe and the world. A coalition of senior citizens is accusing Switzerland of pursuing a climate policy that violates their right to life.
A truly smart city is one which is built on a free and open exchange of data, supplied by businesses and enabled by the internet of things
An international team of scientists says 15% of COVID-19 deaths can be attributed to air pollution. Ukraine is among the 20 countries where this indicator is the highest. Such studies have been published in the journal Cardiovascular Research
Plan to draw up legal definition of ‘ecocide’ attracts support from European countries and small island nations
The Latin term axis mundi refers the Earth’s axis of rotation, the line that runs through the Earth’s diameter to connect the two poles