Russia joined the Paris Agreement in 2019 and is preparing a Strategy for its long-term development of Russia with a low-level of GHG emission until 2050 and a greenhouse gas regulation federal framework. The European Commission on its part committed to reach climate neutrality by 2050 and announced in September 2020 its intention to increase the EU’s GHG emission reduction ambition for 2030.
Plenary Session 1
Plenary Session 2
Parallel Thematic Session 1
Parallel Thematic Session 2
Executive vice-president, European Green Deal, European Commission
Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
Deputy Director General in the Directorate-General for Climate Action in the European Commission
Adviser to the President, Special Presidential Representative on Climate Issues
First Deputy Director General for Corporate Development and International Business of ROSATOM
Director for strategic development of Eurasian Integrations Scientific Center (EAISC), head of Green Eurasia division, head of the expert-analytical project "Infrastructure and Finance for Sustainable Development"
Chairman of the executive board of Rusnano
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