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Friday, September 30 • 12:00pm - 2:00pm
REF 30561) Recovery of Ukraine’s science and innovation after the Fossil Fuel War

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Russia’s war of genocide against Ukraine is having a direct negative impact on climate change and sustainable development in energy, food security and global poverty.  Ukrainian climate scientist  Svitlana Krakovska speaks of the fossil fuel war. Ukraine is committed to the Paris Climate Accord. It has an active program to fulfil Agenda 2030 goals internally and contribute to the global effort through Ukraine’s research and advanced technology development.
Russia’s war has resulted in significant damage to research facilities in Ukraine. There are multiple examples of theft and destruction of research instruments by Russian occupying forces.
Now young scientists in Ukraine have been mobilized to fight the invaders. After Russia stops its war and withdraws its forces, Ukraine will face the challenge of reopening research labs and retaining vitally needed scientists for research programs in Ukraine and with international partners.
Ukraine is committed to climate change and UN Agenda 2030. It is seeking international partners to help renew facilities and capabilities damaged by the war as well as to make its contribution to meeting global challenges.
The session will present how Ukrainian science is coping with the irrational onslaught of state-sponsored terrorism and identify areas with high potential for partnerships with other countries and international organizations to advance UN Sustainable Development Goals and achieve carbon neutrality by 2050.
Keywords: Russia's war in Ukraine, Science at risk, Antifragility, Sustainable Development Goals: SDG4 Quality EducationSDG7 Affordable and Clean Energy, SDG8 Decent Work and Economic Growth, SDG9 Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure, SDG11 Sustainable Cities and Communities, SDG13 Climate Action, SDG16 Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions and SDG17 Partnerships for the Goals

Moderator
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Svitlana Krakovska

Head of the Applied Climatology Laboratory and Ukrainian Delegations to IPCC, Ukrainian Hydrometeorological Institute
Svitlana Krakovska has more than 30 years’ experience in the fields of meteorology, cloud and climate models, climate change mitigation and adaptation in all environmental sectors, particularly in Ukraine, but also regionally and globally. She serves as Vice Focal Point of the Intergovernmental... Read More →

Speakers
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Garry Sotnik

Lecturer, Stanford University
Garry Sotnik is a Lecturer with the Sustainability Science and Practice Program at the Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability. He is a systems scientist with research focused on identifying robust adaptation strategies in contexts defined by deep uncertainty and global climate change... Read More →
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Bohdan Oryshkevich

Founder, Shape the Sciences
I am the co-founder of Shape the Sciences.Our mission is to educate and develop a global braintrust to move humankind to a more sustainable future.Our strategy is simple but powerful.We will attract talent through beachhead projects to attract top high school talent, and enable the... Read More →
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Olga Polotska

Executive Director, National Research Foundation of Ukraine
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Oleksandr Berezko

President, Eurodoc
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Yulia Bezvershenko

Visiting Scholar, Stanford University
Yulia Bezvershenko is the former Director General of Directorate for Science and Innovation at the Ministry of Education and Science. The Directorate was created for policy development and implementation in the research, development and innovation sector.Since the Revolution of Dignity... Read More →
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Yuriy Khalavka

Faculty, Chernivtsi National University
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Yulia Ovchynnykova

Member of Parliament, Parliament of Ukraine
Yuliia Ovchynnykova (Ukraine, ALDE) is a member of the Ukrainian Parliament and a member of the Committee on Social Affairs, Health and Sustainable Development of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE).   Before being elected, she was Acting Dean at the Faculty... Read More →
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Kyrylo Bezkorovayny

Co-Founder, Kunsht
Beskorovayny was a FLEX exchange student in the U.S. for one year. He also was a youth delegate from Ukraine to the United Nations.Kyrylo Beskorovayny does what he can to make science popular in Ukraine. His best tool is pop-science magazine Kunsht, which he co-founded.
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Okeksandr Diachuk

Leading Research Officer, Institute for Economics and Forecasting of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
Dr. Oleksandr Diachuk, Leading research officer in Institute for Economics and Forecasting, has over 15 years of proven experience in the analysis, modeling and strategic planning for low-carbon development; significant experience in policy mapping, discovering the interplay between... Read More →
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Svitlana Grynchuk

Vice Minister, Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources of Ukraine
From 29 July 2022 working as a Deputy Minister for European Integration in the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Natural Resources of Ukraine.Has a large experience in climate policy implementation, application of monitoring reporting and verification system of greenhouse gas... Read More →

Conveners
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Vidvuds Beldavs

Chairman, Riga Photonics Centre
Vidvuds (Vid) BeldavsChairman of the Board of Riga Photonics Centre advancing light sciences and technologies for Latvia; futurist. Convenor of the following SSUNGA77 sessions:- Recovery of Ukraine’s science and innovation capacity after the fossil fuel war- Managing peatlands in... Read More →



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