Dr. Nataliia Gakhovych
Institute of the Economy and Forecasting of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
CV: QUALITIES: Commitment, sociability, responsibility, ability to work in a team, leadership qualities Consultant on issues of environmentalization of industrial production, development of circular economy, researcher and participant of many social projects, creative workshops/workshops, master classes SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS: Candidate of economic sciences (2011) with a specialty in Economics and management of the national economy, research associate (1998), Senior Research (2015). The author of more than 150 scientific works, including 50 international, co-author of 19 collective monographs.
Presentation title: The War in Ukraine: Global Environmental Consequences
Abstract: The War in Ukraine: Global Environmental Consequences Russia's invasion of Ukraine is not an accidental phenomenon, but a long hybrid war caused by historical preconditions, which leads to huge losses: human casualties, socio-economic shocks, catastrophic environmental consequences and impedes economic progress not only in Ukraine but around the world. The presented research highlights the scale of environmental consequences during hostilities, which negatively affect not only the environment but also the future of mankind, in local development and on a global scale. The pre-war general ecological state of Ukraine is also analyzed. The principles of post-war green reconstruction of Ukraine are determined, ie on the basis of sustainable development and taking into account the European green course. According to the results of the study priority tasks for post-war reconstruction of Ukraine on the principles of green economy which will allow Ukraine to be the high-tech, comfortable, safe, healthy and prosperous country are proved.