Currently, Ukraine’s energy transition trajectory is positive, but it lags behind global averages for environmental sustainability. Lowering carbon intensity is one of the areas that requires a concerted strategy across private sector, state, and non-state actors.
Focusing on Ukraine’s green transition, this event has two parts. First, a conversation with the deputy prime minister examining Ukraine’s climate agenda and how this will shape a green future for the country.
Second, a panel discussion on what strategies might be viable to enable Ukraine to become a global frontrunner in decarbonization.
Olga Stefanishyna, Deputy Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration
Iryna Stavchuk, Deputy Minister for Environmental Protection and Natural Resources of Ukraine
Timchenko Maxim, DTEK Chief Executive Officer
Oleksandr Dombrovskyi, Vice-President of MHP, President of MHP Eco Energy, Chairman of the Board of Public Union Global 100% RE Ukraine
Antony Froggatt, Senior Research Fellow and Deputy Director, Environment and Society Programme, Chatham House
Moderator: Professor Tim Benton, Research Director, Emerging Risks; Director, Environment and Society Programme, Chatham House