For the annual meeting of the OECD’s Green Action Task Force, we contributed a background study analysing the impact of the war in Ukraine on climate and energy policies in eight countries of the European Union’s Eastern Partnership and Central Asia: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan.
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Putting the green reconstruction of Ukraine into action: Requirements for programme design and policy
On 13 July 2022, VoxUkraine published an article from David Saha, Pavel Bilek, Rouven Stubbe and Manuel von Mettenheim, Anna Ackermann, Anna Danyliak and Viktoriia-Anna Oliinyk on “Putting the green reconstruction of Ukraine into action: Requirements for programme design and policy”.
Green reconstruction roundtable with Ukrainian civil society
On May 31st, Berlin Economics, in the framework of Low Carbon Ukraine, together with Ecoaction and Bankwatch, hosted an online-roundtable on the climate-neutral reconstruction of Ukraine. The event had a total of around 60 participants, including experts from non-governmental organisations, think tanks and international companies.
Topics in which Berlin Economics is active
Public asset management in three countries
On behalf of the Federal Ministry of Finance (BMF), Berlin Economics advises institutions in Azerbaijan, Georgia and Namibia on the investment management of state entities.
Greening debt capital markets in the countries of Eastern Europe, Caucasus, and Central Asia
The aim of the project is to mobilise the capital markets for financing ecological and climate-friendly investments.
German Economic Team
The German Economic Team advises the governments of Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Kosovo, Moldova, Ukraine and Uzbekistan regarding the design of economic policy reform processes and a sustainable development of the economic framework. The project is financed by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action (BMWi).
Low Carbon Ukraine – Policy Advice on Low Carbon Policies for Ukraine
The purpose of the Low Carbon Ukraine (LCU) project is to support the Ukrainian government to pursue an active, effective and above all sustainable energy and climate policy. The ultimate goal of the policy advice is to trigger policy decisions that imply a lower emission-pathway.
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