We are happy with the good news from the Department of Ecology of Petro Mohyla Black Sea National University. The library had the honor of being invited to the presentation of the new study guide "European Green Dimensions", published with the support of the Jean Monnet project under the Erasmus+ program, and received a book as a gift during the event.
The authoritative publication was prepared by a team, which included both experienced and young scientists - O. Mitriasova (Petro Mohyla Black Sea National University), V. Smirnov (Petro Mohyla Black Sea National University), R. Mariichuk (University of Presov, Slovakia), V. Chvyr (Petro Mohyla Black Sea National University), edited by Olena Petrivna Mitriasova, Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Professor of the Department of Ecology of Petro Mohyla Black Sea National University.

The manual is written in Ukrainian and English. High-quality polygraphy was provided by the Mykolaiv book publisher V. Shvets.

The publication is relevant, because the multidisciplinary educational course covers knowledge about green initiatives and the green road map; EU environmental policy strategies; green circular economy and low-carbon economy development; natural resources, environmental quality and climate change; integrated management of water resources; atmospheric air protection; balanced management of land resources; preservation of biodiversity; energy efficiency and renewable energy; industrial and household waste management; green chemistry and green nanotechnologies; zero pollution for environmental cleanliness; energy- and resource-efficient construction. Special attention was paid to highlighting issues related to challenges for Ukraine in the field of green policy and practices through association with the EU.

We sincerely thank the university, Olena Mitriasova and the authors for the donated books! Attention all interested! We have 5 copies, including for the Environmental Information and Culture Center of library branch № 2 and large branch libraries located in various districts of the city.
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