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broadcast recording 15 November, 11:00

The winter is coming! How the energy crisis affects the warmth in our homes

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The conversation will be held in Ukrainian with sign language interpretation.
The conversation will be held in Ukrainian with sign language interpretation.
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Ukraine is preparing for the hardest winter since it reclaimed its independence. It will not be as warm in our homes anymore as it was just last year. And many of our fellow citizens in towns where it will be impossible to provide central heating will have to take care of heating their homes on their own. It will not be hot in Europe either. The reduced consumption of Russian gas made Europeans dial down their heaters. But it is only the tip of the iceberg. Cutting trees to stock up on wood, burning coal, peat, etc. can have environmental consequences. In this conversation, we will discuss how the full-scale war is changing the environmental trends in Ukraine and around the world and how the new energy reality will change the everyday lives and habits of Ukrainians.

 

We recommend you to watch the documentary The Last Generation (dir. by Mikołaj Borowy) from the programme of the 19th Travelling Docudays UA Festival.

 

Watch the discussion and the film on the docuspace.org website and on the Facebook page of the Docudays UA International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival.

 

Partners: NGO Ecoclub, Ukraїner

 

Information partners: ZMINA, SHOTAM


 

 

 


Participants

Natalia Kholodova

project coordinator at NGO Ecoclub

Oleksandr Stepanenko

Travelling Docudays UA coordinator in Ternopil Region, CEO of NGO Green World

Oleh Okhredko

expert at the Almenda Center for Civic Education, Travelling Docudays UA coordinator in Berdyansk (Zaporizhia Region)

Yevhen Pavliukovsky

journalist

State of Emergency

Special edition of Docudays UA

More films in the programme of State of Emergency