Tools, Policies and Best Practices for Environmental Protection in the European Union

Teaching materials

Lecture №1. Overview of EU

Jean Monnet Module: tools, policies and best practices in environmental activities of the EU. Introductory lecture. Prof. I. Yakimenko, NUFT, 2017

Lecture №2-3. EU environmental policy

Jean Monnet Module: tools, policies and best practices in environmental activities of the EU. EU environmental policy. Prof. I. Yakimenko, NUFT, 2017

Lecture №2-3. EU environmental policy. Part 2

Jean Monnet Module: tools, policies and best practices in environmental activities of the EU. EU environmental policy. Part 2. Prof. I. Yakimenko, NUFT, 2017

Discussion on the topic: EU environmental policy

Jean Monnet Module: tools, policies and best practices in environmental activities of the EU. Discussion on the topic: EU environmental policy. Prof. I. Yakimenko, NUFT, 2017

Lecture 4. EU policy for the protection of wildlife

Jean Monnet Module: tools, policies and best practices in environmental activities of the EU. EU policy for the protection of wildlife. Prof. I. Yakimenko, NUFT, 2017

Lecture 5. EU policy on the protection of air

Jean Monnet Module: tools, policies and best practices in environmental activities of the EU. EU policy on the protection of air. Prof. I. Yakimenko, NUFT, 2017

Lecture 6-7. EU policy on water protection

Jean Monnet Module: tools, policies and best practices in environmental activities of the EU. EU policy on water protection. Prof. I. Yakimenko, NUFT, 2017

Lecture 8-9. EU policy on solid waste

Jean Monnet Module: tools, policies and best practices in environmental activities of the EU. EU policy on solid waste. Prof. I. Yakimenko, NUFT, 2017

Discussion on the topic: Comparison of EU and Ukraine approaches in the field of air protection

Jean Monnet Module: tools, policies and best practices in environmental activities of the EU. Discussion on the topic: Comparison of EU and Ukraine approaches in the field of air protection. Prof. I. Yakimenko, NUFT, 2017

Discussion on the topic: Comparison of EU and Ukraine approaches in the field of water protection

Jean Monnet Module: tools, policies and best practices in environmental activities of the EU. Discussion on the topic: Comparison of EU and Ukraine approaches in the field of water protection. Prof. I. Yakimenko, NUFT, 2017

Discussion on the topic: Comparison of EU and Ukraine approaches in the field of solid waste

Jean Monnet Module: tools, policies and best practices in environmental activities of the EU. Discussion on the topic: Comparison of EU and Ukraine approaches in the field of solid waste. Prof. I. Yakimenko, NUFT, 2017

Summer school 2017

The summer school was attended by representatives of various industries, state authorities and local self-government, representatives of non-governmental organizations, teachers, researchers and students.

7 June

Introductory words to the summer school

Jaroslaw Zasyadko, Vice-Rector for International Relations and Integration of NUFT

European studios in Ukraine and in the world

Iryna Sikorska, chairman of the Ukrainian Association of Teachers and Researchers of European Integration; Donetsk State University of Management, Mariupol

The political and legal principles of the functioning of the EU, the basic principles of the formation of the EU ecological policy

Igor Yakimenko, Professor, National University of Food Technologies

Requirements for quality and safety of food products in Ukraine and the EU

Nina Kildiy, Head of the Testing Department of the Research Center for Independent Consumer Expertise "Test", Kyiv

Management of Waste and Chemical Pollutants: Global and European Level

Katerina Sebkova, Director of the National Center for Toxic Compounds in the Environment (RECETOX), University of Masaryk, Brno, Czech Republic

EU policy on chemical pollutants: legislation, tools, implementation

Katerina Sebkova, Director of the National Center for Toxic Compounds in the Environment (RECETOX), University of Masaryk, Brno, Czech Republic

8 June

International activity of the Czech Republic on chemical pollutants and waste

Katerina Sebkova, Director of the National Center for Toxic Compounds in the Environment (RECETOX), University of Masaryk, Brno, Czech Republic

Regulation of the EU on the quality of natural and drinking water. Comparative analysis with the normative base of Ukraine

Oksana Salavor, Associate Professor, National University of Food Technologies

Global strategy for environmental regulation of industrial facilities

Katerina Sebkova, Director of the National Center for Toxic Compounds in the Environment (RECETOX), University of Masaryk, Brno, Czech Republic

Regulation of the EU on the quality of atmosphere air, comparison with the normative base of Ukraine

Igor Yakimenko, Yevheniy Shapovalov, National University of Food Technologies

Summer school 2018

The representatives of various industries, state authorities and local government, NGOs, teachers, researchers and students participate

Sustainable development strategy in the European Union

Igor Yakymenko, Department of Environmental Science, NUFT, Kyiv, Ukraine

Sustainable Consumption: Challenges and Principles

Yuliya Voytenko Palgan, International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics,Lund University, Sweden

Legislation of Ukraine and the EU. Sustainable quality is a key for sustainable consumption

Nina Kildiy, R&D Center Test, Kyiv, Ukraine

System on food consumer right protection. Experience of the EU as a challenge for Ukraine

Nataliya Borodacheva, NGO Pulse, Kyiv, Ukraine

Management of chemical contaminants and waste management in sustainable development aspect in the EU and over the world

Katerina Sebkova, National Center for Toxic Compounds and the Stockholm Convention Regional Center; Masaryk University,Brno, Czech Republic

Sustainable meat and milk production in the EU

Olena Semenova, Department of Environmental Science, NUFT, Kyiv, Ukraine

Priorities of the EU in food security

Mariya Galaburda, Department of Veterinary Sanitary Expertise, National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv

Tools of sustainable consumption and production in Ukraine and over the world

Svitlana Berzina, NGO Living Planet, Kyiv, Ukraine

Marking of food products in the EU as an element of sustainable food production and consumption

Oksana Nychyk, Department of Environmental Science, NUFT, Kyiv, Ukraine

National Erasmus + Office in Ukraine and National Team of Experts on Higher Education Reform - Support for Project Implementation in Ukraine

Interconnection of sustainable development and trading according to EU-Ukraine Association Agreement

Sergiy Sherbyna, expert of the EU Project Association4U, Kyiv, Ukraine

Sharing economy: Pros and Cons

Yuliya Voytenko Palgan, International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics,Lund University, Sweden

Modern technologies of food industry waste water treatment with biogas production

Evgeniy Lukashevych, Ukrainian Technological Company, Kyiv, Ukraine

European regional activities on identification of novel pollutants in the environment

Katerina Sebkova, National Center for Toxic Compounds and the Stockholm Convention Regional Center; Masaryk University,Brno, Czech Republic

Green and resource-efficient technologies of food production in the EU

Oksana Salavor, Department of Environmental Science, NUFT, Kyiv, Ukraine

Adaptation of Ukrainian legislation to the EU law on food quality and food security

Viktor Ladychenko, Ludmila Golovko, Department of International Law, National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv

Regulation on GMO in the EU

Olga Togachynska, Department of Environmental Science, NUFT, Kyiv, Ukraine

Management of organic waste. European practices for Ukraine

Olena Melnyk, Department of Life Safety and Human Health, Gluhiv National Pedagogical University, Ukraine

Comparative analysis on methane fermentation policies and practices in the EU and Ukraine

Yevhenii Shapovalov, research fellow of Junior Academy of Science of Ukraine, Kyiv