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How to Ensure Compliance with Espoo Convention in Nuclear Field in Ukraine / Policy paper (2014) (In Ukrainain)
 

> The Year in Review - 2012: Ukraine Environmental Policy and Law

 

> Statement of the National Platform of the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum on the Necessity to Introduce the Environmental Impact Assessment in Ukraine
 

European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument – New Opportunities for Ukraine

European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument – New Opportunities for Ukraine // Nataliya Andrusevych (Ed). – Lviv, 2008. – 160 p. (in Ukrainian)

 

 

This is a Handbook on the new funding instrument of the EU for neighbouring countries, including Ukraine. The Handbook contains three parts – brief information on ENPI; ENPI – framework for the assistance’ provision within new funding instrument; Documents. The second part contains description of the national, regional, sub-regional, cross-border, and thematic programs; environmental issues within the ENPI; public participation; useful information. The section “Documents” includes translation into Ukrainian of the Regulation on ENPI, Strategy Paper and Indicative Program for Eastern ENPI region, Country Strategy Paper and National Indicative Program for Ukraine, Strategy Paper and Indicative Program for Cross-border Cooperation Programs.

 

The Handbook aims at broad audience of stakeholders, which have interest in issues of the EU financial assistance to Ukraine.

 

This publication (website) has been supported by the WWF Danube-Carpathian Programme and WWF-Norway with co-financing from the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the European Union.

 

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Policy Review


March 2014



Publication
Red Book Rendezvous

CRIMEAN TATAR GOBY
Proterorhinus tataricus

Red List Category: Critically Endangered.
Major Threats : High levels of water abstraction, leaving very low levels of water in spring and summer. The abstraction rate is likely to increase, so that the river below Chornya Gorge may end up dry. Currently the river only runs for about 1km below Chornaya Gorge in spring. Climate change also poses a threat to the species as the severity of droughts are predicted increase.
Conservation Actions: No information.

Source: www.iucnredlist.org