Ukraine is highly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change and has identified agriculture, forestry, biodiversity, energy, health, and water resources among its most vulnerable sectors. Ukraine submitted its Intended Nationally Determined Contributions to the UNFCCC (2016) and published its Sixth National Communication in 2016. The country’s climate change adaptation and planning strategies are executed by the National Environmental Investment Agency of Ukraine (established in 2007) with coordination from the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources. The country’s environmental management has been undergoing changes over the past 3-5 years with a decentralization reform which started in 2010-2012. This decentralization reform approved in April 2014, aims to delegate significant governance authority and financial resources from central level to local government.