The (Un)walkable City: The Pedestrian Crisis in Kyiv

By |2019-03-05T10:58:12+01:00March 5th 2019|urban mobility, Tags: , , , , |

Street design in Kyiv, Ukraine leaves something to be desired: walkability. Oleksandr Anisimov analyses how it needs to change so that everyone can use public space.

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Don’t Build Spaces, Build Ecosystems

By |2019-02-28T10:50:03+01:00February 28th 2019|decent work, peer learning & co production, smart & digital development, Tags: , , , , |

When opening creative spaces, it is not enough to simply designate a space and add tools and technology, says Roman Vydro, co-Founder of Garage Hub, a community workshop in Kharkiv, Ukraine. What is way more important, is to include a variety of people and let their input create an entire creative ecosystem.

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Yuriy bikes to work. How sustainable mobility in Ukraine contributes to climate protection

By |2017-10-14T16:00:18+01:00October 13th 2016|basic infrastructure & housing, urban mobility, Tags: , , , |

If cities are to live up to their responsibility to protect the climate, they need to invest in sustainable mobility. How Ukrainian-German cooperation is already successfully tackling the challenge of supporting CO2-neutral traffic, you can read about here!

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