Please select the Primary Bilateral Assistance which supports the Climate Change programs
The Government has repeatedly stated that the State must set а good example as regards ecologically sustainable development. It will basically be the responsibility of the various ministries and government agencies to integrate the goal of leading the way to ecological sustainability into decisions relating to various sectors. The ongoing establishment of environmental management systems in central government should be further developedNetherlands Government
The fund for the projects under the Memorandum of Understanding, Joint Working Programme for cooperations in the field of nature protection, is executed by government bodies and managed by the Royal Netherlands Embassy. In principle, every two years the main outline for bilateral cooperation is determinedFinland Government
One of the duties of Finlandъs Ministry of the Environment is to coordinate preparation and implementation environmental projects under the cooperation in Central and Eastern Europe, which is coordinated by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs. Finlandъs Ministry of the Environment has supported environmental projects in Baltic States, Russia, Ukraine and other CEE countries
The U.s. and Ukraine are Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) In July 1998, the U.s. and Ukraine agreed to establish а Climate Change Sub-group under the Committee on Sustainable Economic Cooperation of the U.s.-ukraine Binational Commission. The USAID Mission in Kyiv and its Environmental Division has been designated by the Department of State to play а coordinating role under the Sub-group on behalf of all U.s. agencies implementing climate change activities in Ukraine.
The Government of Canada signed а bilateral agreement with Ukraine in January 1999 and plans to conduct а three-year climate change program through the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA).