Successful Embargo on Russian Coal Calls for Stronger Sanctions on Russian Oil and Gas
The Climate Strategies organization released a groundbreaking report titled "Unveiling the True Potential: A Closer Look at Kuzbass and the russian Coal Sector," highlighting the tangible impact of targeted sanctions on russia's economy, as demonstrated by the successful coal embargo.
G7 Hiroshima Summit – a step back from fossil fuels phase-out
The G7 Summit of the world's richest countries was held last weekend, May 19 to 21 in Hiroshima, Japanese Prime Minister Kishida's hometown. He chose Hiroshima as the Summit location because of his view that Hiroshima is "the most fitting location to express Japan’s commitment to peace." While G7 host Japan built up hope for progress on peace, especially related to Ukraine, the fact is that many were disappointed with backsliding in G7 final commitments.
Reconstruction of Ukraine's power sector: new nuclear power units or renewable energy sources?
Nuclear power generation in Ukraine can be completely replaced by more competitive alternative energy sources of energy by 2050 – new research shows
Due to significant capital costs for construction, the long term (7-10 years) for commissioning and the constant unpredictable increase in the cost of nuclear power generation projects, it loses its competitiveness with other types of electricity generation, and this is important to consider during the post-war recovery of Ukraine.
Open letter to presidency of G7 - government of Japan
The G7 summit is approaching, and Razom We Stand, a Ukrainian NGO, has sent letters urging the G7 nations to take the lead in transitioning the world towards clean energy and away from fossil fuels. We demand that the G7 takes action on climate change and addresses the ongoing war in Ukraine, where the Russian military, funded by fossil fuel export revenues from G7 and other nations, are inflicting war crimes on innocent people.
Open letter to Deputy Prime Minister for Restoration of Ukraine
Deputy Prime Minister for Restoration of Ukraine
Minister of Development of Communities, Territories and Infrastructure of Ukraine
Razom We Stand's proposals will be considered for the development of the five-year program for the Green Recovery and Development of Ukraine's Industry
The Ministry of Strategic Industries of Ukraine informed us that Razom We Stand's proposals will be processed as part of the development of a five-year UNIDO Program for the Green Recovery and Development of Ukraine's Industry in the Post-War Period!
Joint appeal of Ukrainian civil society organizations
European Commissioner for
Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union
International Special Envoy
for the Implementation of EU Sanctions
We are hiring: Digital Organizer (English)
Razom We Stand, (formerly #StandWithUkraine campaign) seeks a Digital Organizer to increase the campaign’s exposure to the press, expand its social media presence, and overall reach of the campaign activities.
Energy response to Russia's war: open letter with four requests to the EU
To: Ursula von der Leyen
Rue de la Loi / Wetstraat 200
Rue de la Loi / Wetstraat 200
Rue de la Loi/Wetstraat 175
Razom We Stand calls on the Ukrainian authorities to implement greenhouse gas emissions accounting in accordance with international standards and open climate data for public access
The organization reached out to Vice Prime Minister Mykhailo Fedorov, Minister of Digital Transformation of Ukraine, and Chair of the State Statistics Service of Ukraine, Ihor Verner, to stress the critical importance of accounting for greenhouse gas emissions.
Svitlana Romanko has just presented a list of concerns and requests for cooperation to Biden Administration officals
To: Jennifer M. Granholm
U.S. Department of Energy
1000 Independence Ave., SW
Washington, DC 20585
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20500
Hon. John Kerry
United States Department of State
2201 C St. NW
Washington, DC 20520
Putin’s aggression is the last call to end to the dominance of oil majors on the rapidly heating planet
by Svitlana Romanko and Jason Kirkpatrick
Today, in January 2023, after almost a year of grinding war in Europe, the German government is proud of the fact that it receives 0% of gas, 0% of oil and 0% of coal from Russia. Is there anything to be proud of? No. This happened too late at the cost of huge sacrifices. Are there lessons to be learned from this? What really needs to be done to stop Russia’s onslaught?