Zlata focuses on the political aspects of global energy. She regularly takes part in Russian and international scientific conferences, is the founder and chairman of the Higher School of Economics’ Geo-Energy Politics Club and the winner of several Russian and international competitions for young scientists. She has completed a number of domestic and foreign degree programs, in particular at MGIMO, the Paris Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po) and the University of North Carolina in the United States. She is currently completing her studies at the Higher School of Economics, specializing in Political Analysis.
Political Feasibility of Enhancing the Russian Emissions Reduction Target Under the Paris Agreement
It is widely recognized that the commitments set out in the Paris Agreement fall short of achieving the 2 degrees Celsius global warming target, agreed as the central goal of the agreement and its parties. Given this, KAPSARC has set out to explore the political feasibility of enhancing nationally determined contributions by utilizing the KAPSARC Toolkit for Behavioral Analysis (KTAB).13th November 2019