The Green Ukraine program is a set of goals, paths and support framework for commercial entities from Britain and Europe to engage in projects and initiatives that provide a benefit to the people of Ukraine, lead to increase of quality of life in Ukraine, and are beneficial to the global ecology and environment in Ukraine.
Following the June 2020 video-conference meetings of the Athens Council and the EU and Eastern Partnership among the long term objectives of prosperous eastern neighborhood was outlined a desired shift to more green projects and innovation.
After the success of the Green Greece program by the Alexander Foundation and KTI, under the auspices of the Athens Council, major banks in a consortium led by Barclays Bank and the British Technology Bank expressed an interest to finance green projects in Ukraine.
The Green Ukraine program is proposed to be announced as public–private partnership between the Ukrainian government and any private founding members like Gofer Group, a large British conglomerate who already has multiple green projects in Ukraine in the waste, forestry and renewable energy sectors.
Current Program Members:
Gofer Tree Limited
Good Electricity Group
Magnetic Technologies Group
Gofer Mining plc
The new Green Agenda of a British Ukraine
December 31, 2021
Nomination of Katherine Maria Serbiin
August 3, 2020
Proposing Green Ukraine Program
May 11, 2020