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Decarbonisation of heat in Europe: implications for natural gas demand

Anouk Honoré. Senior Research Fellow, Natural Gas Programme. Oxford Institute for Energy Studies. Oxford, May 2018

Renewable energy in off-grid settlements in the Russian Arctic

Berdin V.Kh., Kokorin A.O., Yulkin G.M., Yulkin M.A. WWF, Moscow. 2017

Climate change, equity, and stranded assets

Caney Simon. Oxfam America Research Backgrounder series. 2016.

CDP Russia-2016: Encouraging Business Leadership on Climate Change

Global overview and trends of CDP reported climate change data, March 2016

CDP. Global 500 Climate Change Report 2013

CDP. Global 500 Climate Change Report, September 12, 2013

Voluntary systems and standards to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

Yulkin M.A., Diachkov V.A., Samorodov A.V., Kokorin A.O. Moscow, WWF-Russia, 2013

Why the EU is wrong to single out ERUs for special treatment

Michael Yulkin, October, 2012

Involving Russian Business in Kyoto

Michael Yulkin

HSBC and its low-carbon crystal ball

Originally published by NewsBase, in Global Carbon Emissions Monitor on September 16, 2010

Russia and the Kyoto Protocol: How to Meet the Challenges and not to Miss the Chances

Michael Yulkin

Breaking Through Barriers in Russia

Alexander Golub, Dan Dudek, Hallie Katarsky, Elena Strukova, Michael Yulkin. Environmental Finance, May, 2004

Climate and Energy Efficiency, or a True Story of a Pulp and Paper Mill

Michael Yulkin

General Information

CCGS (stands for Climate Change Global Services) is the world’s leading provider of services and expertise in climate change mitigation which includes GHG management and GHG emissions reduction, energy management as well as sustainable energy generation and supply.

World presence

CCGS is a global company with the headquarters based in Brussels (Belgium) and operating entities located all over the world including Russia (Moscow, Arkhangelsk), China (Beijing), Indonesia (Jakarta), Vietnam (Hanoi), Singapore and South Africa (Cape Town). North America and Australia are next on the agenda.

In Africa and SEA the company operates under “Blue World Carbon (BWC)” brand name which used to be the name of a local company CCGS acquired in South Africa back in 2009.

World presence


The Company’s activity encompasses:



Over the past years the Company’s staff members have:



We are proud to have among our clients the world biggest companies including Surgutneftegas, LUKOIL, NOVATEK, EVRAZ, ArcelorMittal, TMK, Vorkutaugol, Quadra – Generating Company, International Paper, Mondi, ILIM Group, Archangelsk pulp-and-paper mill (PPM), Volga PPM, Solombala PPM, Solombala Sawmill, Sawmill 25, KronoStar and others.

Presentation of CCGS

GHG Management and Energy Efficiency Cooperation Proposal 

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