Ukraine: „Green Reconstruction“

Forenzelt: Gesundheit - Transformation

Hochschule fĂŒr Angewandte Wissenschaften Hamburg (HAW Hamburg)

After the Russian FederationÂŽs invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, the world has posited attention to not only how to make the Russian forces retreat but also how the war is affecting people and the planet. In this context, panel „Green reconstruction“ refers to efforts aimed at rebuilding or developing infrastructure, communities, ecosystems or economies in an environmentally friendly and sustainable manner. This can involve incorporating renewable energy sources, promoting energy efficiency, enhancing preservation areas recovery, improving waste management, and reducing carbon emissions, among other things. The war in Ukraine is considered to be Europe’s most violent military warfare since World War II, therefore restorarion of damages caused by modern combat operations is a complex and multi-stage process. Within the Forum „Green Reconstruction“, we will discuss the environment as the first victim of war, sustainable medical and municipal waste management and strategies for energy efficient reconstruction of war damaged schools in Ukraine.

Dr. Mariia Fedoruk
Research Associate, Research and Transfer Centre „Sustainability and Climate Change Management“ (FTZ-NK), HAMBURG UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES
Dr. Oleksandra Kunyk
Research Associate, Research and Transfer Centre „Sustainability and Climate Change Management“ (FTZ-NK), HAMBURG UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES
Anna Marchenko
Associate Professor, Alanus Hochschule fĂŒr Kunst und Gesellschaft
Valeria Milutina
Studentin, Dnipro University of Technology
Prof. Dr. Walter Leal
Head of the Research and Transfer Centre „Sustainability & Climate Change Management“ (FTZ-NK), HAMBURG UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES (Moderation)