Max Gutbrod, Sergei Sitnikov, Edith Pike-Biegunska
Trading in air: mitigating climate change through the carbon markets

ISBN 978-5-9998-0004-6   •   160 с.   •   2010 г.   •   Мягкий переплет

Law   •   Environmental law   •   Carbon trade

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Trading in Air provides a comprehensive insight into opportunities and challenges to achieve greenhouse gas emissions reductions through the carbon markets, with a focus on transition economies. Chapter I tracks the evolution of the global carbon markets. Chapter II discusses the legal framework under the UNFCCC and Kyoto Protocol. Chapter III explores emissions reduction projects under Article 6 of the Kyoto Protocol and, among other things, uses Russia s approach to implementing JI projects as an illustration. Chapter IV considers the future of climate regulation after 2012.

The book is an indispensable working tool for regulators, market participants, and other parties interested in climate regulation.

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Max Gutbrod Max GutbrodMax Gutbrod is a partner in the Moscow office of Baker & McKenzie.Dr. Gutbrod’s practice focuses on M&A, climate change, energy efficiency and corporate restructuring matters. He regularly advises on Kyoto Protocol implementation, financial regulatory, insurance, derivatives, corporate and commercial matters, legal reform. Dr. Gutbrod joined the Berlin office of Baker & McKenzie in 1993 and transferred to the Moscow office in 1995. Dr. Gutbrod managed both the CIS and Moscow offices of the firm from 2000 to 2003.

Max Gutbrod is a graduate of the University of Tübingen and the University of Munich (First Exam in 1985 and Second in 1990). He earned his Ph.D. from the University of Munich in 1992.

Dr. Gutbrod is a frequent speaker at conferences on restructuring, climate change, oil & gas, WTO accession, banking and finance, currency control issues, and the securities market in Russia. He has written numerous articles regarding Russian, German and international business law, including WTO accession, implementation of Kyoto Protocol-related projects, privatization, securities transactions and banking.

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Sergei Sitnikov Sergei Sitnikov

Sergei Sitnikov is an associate in the Moscow office of Baker & McKenzie.

Mr. Sitnikov specializes in climate change, energy saving and natural resources and mergers & acquisitions. In particular, he regularly advises private entities and state authorities on various issues of implementing Kyoto Protocol-related projects in the Russian Federation. Sergei Sitnikov joined the Moscow office of Baker & McKenzie in 2003.

Mr. Sitnikov graduated from the law faculty of Moscow State University (with honors) in 2003. He received his Ph.D from Moscow State University in 2007. Sergei Sitnkov has been a visiting professor at Moscow State Institute (University) of International Relations since 2007.

Mr. Sitnikov regularly participates in Russian and international conferences and roundtables on implementation of the Kyoto Protocol and development of energy saving projects. Sergei Sitnikov has written numerous articles on various issues of implementing energy efficiency mechanisms in Russia in Russian and international newspapers and journals.

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Edith Pike-Biegunska Edith Pike-Biegunska

Edith Pike-Biegunska is an Energy and Environment Fellow at The Regulatory Assistance Project in Montpelier, Vermont.

Ms. Pike-Biegunska concentrates on climate change, utility-sector reform, and efficient utilization of energy resources. In particular, she focuses on policy measures that can help reshape the energy sector for long-term sustainability in a carbon constrained world. Ms. Pike-Biegunska joined the Regulatory Assistance Project in 2009, following her previous tenure at the Moscow office of Baker & McKenzie.

Edith Pike-Biegunska graduated Magna Cum Laude from Tulane University in 2001. She received her Juris Doctor from New York University School of Law in 2008.

Ms. Pike-Biegunska regularly participates in conferences and roundtables on energy and climate in the US and abroad. She has written and advised on the role of federal legislative reform in meeting Russia’s energy efficiency potential, and continues to actively promote clean energy policies in the U.S. and Europe.

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