16.01.2024 | Events | Eastern Europe
What: Online workshop – registration needed
Date and time: 30 January 10 am – 4 pm, breaks included
For whom: Representatives of municipality and city council, communal enterprises, citizens – incl. internally displaced persons, non-governmental organisations (NGOs), private sector, war experts, and media. Limited to 20 participants, one per organisation.
Registration: Registration link
Kindly register by filling out the form which can be accessed here by 26 January 2024.
This workshop will be facilitated by consultants of Ramboll, Nefco’s authorised partner. A detailed agenda will be shared with the confirmed participants prior to the workshop.
By registering for the workshop you confirm processing your personal data by Nefco and Ramboll.
As a part of Nefco’s Green Recovery Programme for Ukraine, a capacity development workshop will be conducted to co-create and elaborate Local Green Recovery Plans in three pilot cities: Khmelnytskyi, Novovolynsk and Ivankiv.
During the workshop it is planned to establish a dialogue with local stakeholders to better understand and prioritise the urgent needs and identify gaps for local green recovery plans in the city of Khmelnytskyi.
The following sectors will be covered during the workshop:
- urban planning
- water and wastewater treatments
- pollution hot spots, incl. war damages
- waste management
- residential and municipal buildings
Sustainability Dialogue Tool and Sustainability SWOT, modern methods, and tools for analysis, identifying and prioritise areas for green recovery will be used during the workshop.
The workshop will give an overview of:
- Existing green recovery plans and programmes in Ukraine;
- EU legislation, incl. EU Taxonomy, Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), etc.;
- Working circular with war damages and war waste;
- Effective energy planning and energy balance in the times of war.
By helping build back greener and better, Nefco – the Nordic Green Bank assists Ukraine and local communities particularly in strengthening resilience and energy independence both in wartime and on longer-term. Nefco finances and implements impactful projects with great social significance in Ukrainian municipalities that transform local communities.