Interfax-Ukraine launches Green Deal special project
The Interfax-Ukraine news agency announces the launch of the Green Deal special project and the creation of a corresponding section on the website.
It will focus on The European Green Deal strategy, according to which the European Union intends to build a carbon-neutral economy by 2050, and the emerging Green Deal strategy in Ukraine.
The section will feature articles, interviews and opinions of government officials, business representatives, analysts and experts.
The project provides for the organization of round tables and press conferences on the adaptation of Ukraine to the European Green Deal with the involvement of all interested parties.
The interest of Interfax-Ukraine in the topic of the Green Deal is caused by the growing requests of our subscribers and their concern about the lack of a clear strategy for such a course in Ukraine. In their opinion, not enough attention is paid to this topic, although the economic stability of the country and its growth prospects are at stake. We aim to inform readers about European and Ukrainian trends in the ecological transformation of the economy, as always, promptly, exclusively and credibly.
In addition, the agency is interested in creating an exchange system for emissions trading in Ukraine as a promising new market.
The Interfax-Ukraine news agency has been operating in the market of economic and political information in Ukraine since 1992. During this time, the agency has gained a reputation as one of the most reputable providers of timely and objective information. Through the channels of the Interfax-Ukraine agency, information messages from Ukraine are sent to subscribers all over the world. The agency's newswires are integrated into the information flows of the world's largest news agencies - Bloomberg and Reuters. Currently, the agency posts more than 50 information products on political, financial, economic topics in Ukrainian, Russian, English and German.