The system is under development, data are added and updated on a regular basis. The contents are based on media reports supplemented by information from the authorities, academia, the civil society and other sources. Developers and partners strive to ensure the quality and completeness of information, but are not responsible for the accuracy of the original data presented in the system.
While the accuracy of data is verified when they are entered into the information system, the nature and scale of the impact on the environment must be needs to be eventually ascertained through field-based site investigation, environmental sampling and analysis. The system therefore also serves as a tracking tool to assist in the prioritizations of future field-based assessments.
Coordination of the technical development and implementation of the system: Dmytro Averin and Pavlo Bystrov, experts of Zoï Environment Network and OSCE Project Coordinator in Ukraine.
|Industry and Infrastructure|
|Metallurgy and metalworking|
|Chemical and coke industry|
|Consumer goods manufacturing|
|Woodworking and pulp-and-paper industry|
|Electricity transmission and supply|
|Fuel storage and supply|
|Water supply and sewerage|
|Airports and airfields|
|Other facilities and infrastructure|
|Disruption to Industry and Infrastructure (number of reported incidents)|
|Damage to Settlements (number of reported incidents)|
|Surface water bodies|
|Lakes and reservoirs|
|Natural protected areas|
|Administrative boundaries of the regions (oblasts)|
Ecodozor environmental consequences
and risks of the fighting in Ukraine
The system is under development, data are regularly added and updated. System development and maintenance are supported by Zoï Environment Network (Switzerland), OSCE Project Co-ordinator in Ukraine and the UN Environment Programme
Developers and partners strive to ensure quality and the completeness of the information with no responsibility for the accuracy of the data posted in the system