Carbon regulation infrastructure of the EAEU member States and their main international partners (in Russian)

The research was aimed to form proposals for the harmonization of legislation and the development of carbon assets trading in the EAEU member states and key trading partners through a comparative analysis of the infrastructure of national carbon assets trading systems, identification of barriers and risks, as well as opportunities. It is focused on market mechanisms used to stimulate the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, both regulated and voluntary. The analysis was carried out on the basis of questionnaires filled out by experts from the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union in November 2022 – January 2023. Additional consultations with experts were held to clarify the data. This note summarizes the preliminary results of the study in terms of carbon regulation in the EAEU countries.