European environmental policy is much more active than Russian. After ratification of the Paris Agreement, Russian companies in Europe are very likely to face hard times and pay additional taxes. As Natalia Piskulova from MGIMO thinks
, environmental cooperation between Russia and the EU in the economic field has clear prospects.This video is part of the "Russia-EU: Promoting Informed Dialogue" project, supported by the EU Delegation to Russia and run by Carnegie Moscow Center. Natalia Piskulova took part in the 11th EUREN meeting dedicated to Russia and the EU in multilateral fora.