We are glad to present to you a new issue of Arbitration.ru dedicated to disputes over renewable energy sources. The journal examines disputes related to carbon trading, arbitrations between investors and states due to changes in the green investment regulation, as well as the initiatives for making arbitration process itself more environmentally sustainable.
We would also like to highlight the special section on cross-border bankruptcy comprised of articles written by speakers of the IVth RAA Conference “Collecting Bad Debts. Throwing Good Money after Bad?”. This section can be called without any exaggeration a compact practical guide on asset recovery for lawyers working with jurisdictions of Eastern Europe and the CIS.
Among the articles of this issue:
THE CAMPAIGN FOR GREENER ARBITRATIONS: PROMOTING A GREENER WAY FOR DISPUTE RESOLUTION. Heidi Walsh, Adis Sehic, Mishcon de Reya Law Firm, London. P. 6.
THE ENERGY CHARTER TREATY AND CLIMATE CHANGE: THE NEED FOR A CLOSER LOOK. Anja Ipp, Annette Magnusson, Climate Change Counsel. P. 9.
RENEWABLE ENERGY INVESTOR-STATE ARBITRATION: FACTS, FIGURES AND ISSUES OVERVIEW. Antolín Fernández Antuña, FCIArb. P. 17.
RECOGNITION AND ENFORCEMENT OF RUSSIAN COURT JUDGMENTS AND ARBITRAL AWARDS IN THE FORMER SOVIET UNION STATES. Vyacheslav Khorovskiy, GRATA International, Moscow. P. 51.
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