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Position: Senior Research Fellow (FNI ) / Postdoctoral
Researcher (Academy of Finland, 2011-2014) (on leave until May
PhD, Energy Policy, Imperial College London
MSc, Environmental Policy, Tampere
Senior Researcher and Programme Director, the Finnish
Institute of International Affairs (February 2008-March 2011)
Associate Fellow, Fridtjof Nansen Institute & Visiting
Fellow, 4CMR University of Cambridge (2007)
PhD studies, Imperial College London (2003-2007)
A number of consultancy projects as self-employed consultant
Research Assistant / Project
Coordinator, Imperial College London / Climate Strategies (September
Research Assistant / Intern, the
Royal Institute of International Affairs, London (September 2000-June 2001)
Main research interests
policy; Russian greenhouse gas emission trends; Russian energy policy;
International climate negotiation process.
Korppoo, Anna and
Alexey Kokorin, 'Russia's 2020
GHG emissions target: Emission trends and implementation'. Climate
Policy, published online 25.08.2015. DOI:
'Who is driving Russian
climate policy? Applying and adjusting veto players theory to a
non-democracy'. International Environmental Agreements, published
online 19.05.2015. DOI: 10.1007/s10784-015-9286-5. 15 p.
and Olga Gassan-zade, 'Lessons from
JI and GIS for Post-2012 Carbon Finance Mechanisms in Russia and Ukraine'.
Climate Policy, Vol 14, No 2, 2014, pp. 224-241.
'Does Dohas Decision Treat
Transition Economies Unequally?' Climate Policy, Vol 13, No 3, 2013,
Korppoo, Anna and Nina Korobova,
Residential Heating in Russia: End-use Practices, Legal Developments and Future
Prospects'. Energy Policy, Vol 42, March 2012, pp.
Korppoo, Anna, Jyrki Luukkanen, Jarmo Vehmas and Miia Kinnunen,
'What goes up must come down? Trends of industrial electricity use in the
North-West of Russia'. Energy Policy, Vol 36, 2008, pp.
Korppoo, Anna and Arild Moe,
'Joint Implementation in Ukraine:
National Benefits and Implications for Further Climate Pacts'. Climate
Policy, Vol 8, No 3, 2008, pp. 305-316.
Kinnunen, Miia and Anna
Korppoo, 'Nuclear Power in the Russian North: The Case of Future Energy
Security in the Murmansk Region'. Energy Policy, Vol 35, 2007, pp.
Korppoo, Anna, 'Russian Energy Efficiency Projects: lessons
learnt from Activities Implemented Jointly pilot phase'. Energy Policy,
Vol 33, 2005, pp. 113-126.
'Russias climate policy'.
In G. Bang, A. Underdal and S. Andresen (eds), The Domestic Politics of
Global Climate Change. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 2015, pp.
Korppoo, Anna, Karl Upston-Hooper and Emilie Yliheljo,
'Climate change mitigation in
Russia: foreign policy, envinronmental action or simple economics?' In
Geert Van Calster, Wim Vandenberghe and Leonie Reins (eds), Research
Handbook on Climate Change Mitigation Law. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 2015,
Korppoo, Anna, Nina Tynkkynen and Geir Hønneland,
the Politics of International Environmental Regimes: Environmental Encounters
or Foreign Policy? Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 2015, 192
Korppoo, Anna and Thomas Spencer,
Security and Emission Trends: Synergies and Contradictions'. In Luca
Anchesi and Jonathan Symons (eds), Energy Security in the Era of Climate
Change. Chippenham & Eastbourne (UK), Palgrave Macmillan, 2012, pp.
Korppoo, Anna and Irina Lyanguzova, 'Russian Green Investment
Schemes: A Background and Practical Examples'. In Michael Rodi (ed),
Implementing Kyoto: Chances and Challenges for Transition Countries.
Berlin, Lexxion, 2007.
Korppoo, Anna, Jacqueline Karas and Michael Grubb
(eds), Russia and the Kyoto Protocol: Opportunities and Challenges.
Energy, Environment and Development Programme, The Royal Institute of
International Affairs, Brookings, 2006.
Kokorin, Alexey and Anna Korppoo,
Gas Target 2020: Projections, Trends and Risks. Berlin, Friedrich Ebert
Stiftung, 2014, 17 p. In English and Russian.
Kokorin, Alexey and Anna
Post-Kyoto Climate Policy: Real Action or Merely Window-Dressing? FNI
Climate Policy Perspectives 10. Lysaker, FNI, May 2013, 8 p.
Anna, The Doha Dead
End? Transition Economies and the New Kyoto Rules. . FNI Climate Policy
Perspectives 9. Lysaker, FNI, April 2013, 8 p.
Korppoo, Anna and Adnan
Climate Vision for Russia: From Rhetoric to Action. Carnegie Policy
Outlook. Washington DC, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 2012, 16 p.
In English and Russian.
Korppoo, Anna, and Olga Gassan-zade, Dangers of the Endgame:
Engaging Russia and Ukraine during the Gap, FNI Climate Policy
Perspectives 2. Lysaker, FNI, 2011, 8 p.
Spencer, Thomas, Kai-Olaf Lang,
Anne Korppoo and Martin Kramer, An EU Emission Reduction Target Beyond 20%
and Energy Security in Central and Eastern Europe. FIIA Working Paper,
Korppoo, Anna and Thomas Spencer, Approaching
the AAU issue with a strategic compliance reserve and optimized
trading. Climate Strategies, 2010.
Spencer, Thomas and Anna
for Building EU Climate Consensus: Bringing the CEE Member States on
Board. FIIA Briefing Paper No 61, 2010.
Kristian Tangen and Anna Korppoo, The
EU and the global climate regime: Getting back in the game. FIIA
Briefing Paper No 55, 2010.
Novikova, Aleksandra, Anna Korppoo and Maria
pledge vs. business-as-usual: Implementing energy efficiency policies can curb
carbon emissions. UPI Working Paper No 61, 2009.
and Thomas Spencer, The Layers
of the Doll: Exploring the Russian Position for Copenhagen. FIIA
Briefing Paper No 46, 2009.
Korppoo, Anna and Thomas Spencer,
Souls: How to Deal with the Russia Surplus? FIIA Briefing Paper No 39,
Korppoo, Anna, Russia and compliance under Kyoto: institutional
approach. Briefing Paper. Sustainable Development Programme, the Royal
Institute of International Affairs.
Bergsager, Henrik and Anna Korppoo,
'Chinas State-Owned Enterprises
as Climate Policy Actors: The Power and Steel Sectors'. TemaNord, No
527. Copenhagen, Nordic Council of Ministers, 2013, 69 p.
Thomas, Anna Korppoo and Agata Hinc,
Can the EU budget support
climate policy in Central and Eastern Europe? FIIA Working Paper No 70.
Helsinki, The Finnish Institute of International Affairs, 2011, 28
Korppoo, Anna, Linda Jakobson, Johannes Urpelainen, Antto Vihma and
Alex Luta, Towards a new climate regime? Views of China, India, Japan,
Russia and the United States on the road to Copenhagen. FIIA Report 19, the
Finnish Institute of International Affairs, 2009.
Tangen, Kristian, Anna
Korppoo, Vladimir Berdin, Taishi Sugiyama, Christian Egenhofer, John Drexhage,
Oleg Pluzhnikov, Michael Grubb, Thomas Legge, Arild Moe, Jonathan Stern and
Kenichiro Yamaguchi, A Russian Green Investment Scheme - Securing
environmental benefits from international emissions trading. Climate
Strategies, 2002. 84 p.
Blocking SBI in Bonn Justified?', Climate Strategies and Climate Policy
Journal Blog, 24.06.2013.
'Doha Decision Puts Limits to Kyoto
Hot Air', IGES ClimateEdge Newsletter, No 1, 2013.
the Gap', Trading Carbon, September 2011.
Korppoo, Anna and
Thomas Spencer, Russian Climate Policy: Home and Away. Greenhouse gas
market 2010, Post Copenhagen and Climate Policy: Where global emissions trading
goes from here? The International Emission Trading Organization.
Korppoo, Anna, 'Russia's Climate Commitments: Which GDP Growth
Contributes to Emissions?' The Energy Forum, No 4, 2010. The
International Association of Energy Economics.
'Russia and Climate
Change: Costs or Benefits?' World Today, 2009.
|Important ongoing projects
Russian Climate Policy: Domestic
Dynamics and International Ramifications
Capacity to Govern
Climate Mitigation in China and Russia.
Strategic Challenges in International Climate and
Energy Policy (CICEP)
FNI Climate Policy
Perspectives (series editor)
Important past projects
Emitters: Towards a New Climate Regime? (Finnish Ministries 2008-2009,
Implementation in the CIS: Market, Projects and Barriers
Drivers and Barriers to Modernisation in Russia: Energy Use
of Pulp and Paper Sector in Karelia and Archangelsk Regions (Academy of Finland
and various other funders 2003-2007, PhD project Imperial College London &
Turku School of Economics)
Russian Energy and
Global Climate: Green Investment Strategies for Co-operation on Climate and