Why Ecoline International

Ecoline International Ltd. has inherited the highly experienced staff, from different countries, that worked together at the Ecoline EA Centre for up to 15 years. Furthermore, we have enriched our professional scope by employing reputable experts based in Ukraine, Russia, Georgia, Belarus, Armenia, Bulgaria, and beyond.

We are skilled in a spectrum of environmental and social issues

Our staff possesses considerable capabilities in many environmental issues, including energy, water and wastewater management, socio-economic aspects of development projects, cultural heritage, indigenous peoples, resettlement (our staff developed about 20 RAPs) and stakeholder engagement, and cover a spectrum of occupational health and safety (OHS) issues.

We have multi-country expert contacts

We have established and maintained a wide network of international professional contacts. This allows us to engage specialized external experts, based throughout the post-Soviet countries and beyond, in order to meet the context-specific needs of particular assignments.

In addition, our networking benefits from membership in various professional forums and associations such as the International Association of Impact Assessment, International Program Evaluation Network, European Network for Strategic Environmental Assessment (ENSEA), International Society for Environmental Technology, and Ukrainian Evaluation Society.

We are proficient in combining national and international / EU / Lenders’ requirements

We have expertise in addressing both the requirements of national legislations in the CIS region and International Financial Institutions’ requirements. Deep understanding of national legislations and international benchmarks, as well as approaches to their combination enables tailoring integrated procedures for impact assessment and management in order to serve unique needs of client companies.

We like travelling and working under different conditions

Our staff is used to working in stressful conditions, traveling, visiting sites, and conducting fieldwork in the locations that are sometimes far from the civilized world (e.g. when working with remote communities and indigenous peoples). We are open and sensitive to different cultures, and promote adaptiveness and flexibility when working on our assignments.