The ICLRC research "Climate Change Regulations: Global Practice and Perspectives" is available
The international community and countries individually have developed and continue to expand climate change law. The ongoing expansion of climate regulations directly affects a number of global industries and creates a challenge for Russia as one of the largest emitters of greenhouse gases.
In this light, the purpose of the study is to identify trends in the legal regulation of climate change and the potential risks caused by such changes. The study analyzes the international legal regime of climate change and the practice of ten particular jurisdictions, selected in order to comprehensively address the topic. It also observes corporate climate strategies of twenty prominent representatives of the most carbon-intensive industries.
The results of the research can be used in developing national regimes of combating and adapting to climate change, strategies for improving the competitiveness of the Russian economy, corporate ESG strategies.
Alexandra Khlebnova became Head of Climate and Ecology at the ICLRC
Sergey Sitnikov took part in the session on the legal nature of voluntary carbon credits (VCC)
The ICLRC took part in the third session of negotiations on an international treaty on plastic pollution