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Changing energy markets, global climate change and the role of EU, Russia and CIS countries and China (forthcoming)

Author(s): PhDr. Mgr. Jana Gutiérrez Chvalkovská ,
Type: Article in collection
Year: 2011
Number: 0
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Published in: Collection from IX Международная научно-практическая конференция Россия – СНГ - Восточная Европа: состояние, проблемы, перспективы
Publishing place: Moscow
Keywords: energy markets, climate change, Chinese environmental policies, Russia and CIS
JEL codes: Q48, Q54
Suggested Citation: Chvalkovska, J. (2011): Changing energy markets, global climate change and the role of EU, Russia and CIS countries and China, article in Collection from IX Международная научно-практическая конференция Россия – СНГ - Восточная Европа: состояние, проблемы, перспективы, МОСКОВСКИЙ ИНСТИТУТ ЭКОНОМИКИ МЕНЕДЖМЕНТА И ПРАВА, April 26, 2011, Moscow, Russia
Grants: GACR P402/11/0948 Developing Analytical Framework for Energy Security: Time-Series Econometrics, Game Theory, Meta-Analysis and Theory of Regulation
Abstract: The aim of this paper is to present the recent development in the geopolitical constitution of energy security in the EU and in Russia and CIS countries in the light of the climate change regulatory framework and also with respect to the increasing energy demand from Asian developing countries – namely from China.
The paper is divided as follows. Firstly, the position of developing and developed countries towards the climate change issues is summarized, secondly, we describe the interrelation between energy security and climate issues and thirdly, we focus on the importance of Russia and CIS for the EU and the impacts of Chinese aggressive “green” strategy, which redirects the natural gas sources from Siberia from EU to China.
Downloadable: Abstract from conference

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