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RERI Proudly Announces its Advisory Board

The Renewables and Environmental Regulatory Institute („RERI“) is pleased to announce its Advisory Board, which will act as an expert body of our organization, and advise RERI on issues of strategic importance, as well as provide support to RERI’s engagement with the academic, civic, and policy-making communities.   

We have special honour to welcome the three first members of our new Board: Professors Sanja Bogojevic, Anatole Boute, and Ludwig Kramer, each an expert in Environmental Law and/or Energy Law, committed to the improvement of the rule of law and the respect of human rights in the Western Balkans.   

Sanja Bogojević is Fellow and Associate Professor of Law at Lady Margaret Hall and the University of Oxford. She is an expert on carbon markets, environmental rights, climate change law, and is currently working on the interlinks between the rule of law, environmental protection and populism; infrastructure and climate change; and legal aspects of greenhouse gas removal projects as part of the UK Government’s largest-ever research programme to understand and scale up greenhouse gas removal techniques. Her writing has been awarded the prestigious Nils Klim Prize 2016. Bogojević has held visiting research/teaching positions at the Max Planck Institute for Collective Goods; the New York University School of Law; the University of New South Wales; the UC Berkeley School of Law; Riga Graduate School of Law; the University of Belgrade Law Faculty; and the University of Milan.  

Anatole Boute is a Professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, specializing in the fields of energy, environmental and investment law. His research focuses on the legal aspects of the transition of energy systems towards sustainability, with a special interest for energy market reforms in emerging economies. He has assisted multilateral development banks (e.g. the World Bank and Asian Development Bank), the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, the International Energy Agency, the Energy Charter Secretariat, as well as private investors and national governments, on various legal and regulatory aspects of energy market reform and the energy transition. He is the author of Russian Electricity and Energy Investment Law and Energy Security Along the New Silk Road

Ludwig Krämer was Head of the Legal Unit of DG Environment, European Commission between 1987 and 1994, and then moved to head the Waste Management Unit. In 2001, Kramer became Head of the Unit on Environmental Governance, retiring from the Commission in 2004.  

He has written extensively in the field of environmental law, authoring about 20 books and handbooks and around 150 articles on EC/EU environmental law. As well as being Visiting Professor at University College London, Kramer is a Professor in European and German environmental law at the University of Bremen. He also lectures at College of Europe, Bruges and many other universities. He is currently a Senior Counsel to ClientEarth and a board member of the Advisory Board of Justice and Environment. 

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