Jakub Bednarek

About/Bio

Jakub Bednarek is an environmental lawyer and climate policy expert, currently employed in the private sector. Previously, he worked at the Polish Prime Minister’s Office and took part in the negotiation process of the EU’s ‘Fit for 55’ legislative package and ‘REPowerEU’ plan. Jakub was also a law clerk to deputy chief justice Hanan Melcer of the Supreme Court of Israel. Jakub holds a LL. M. degree from KU Leuven and a master’s degree in law from Jagiellonian University.

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Is the EU realizing an externally just green transition? A short analysis of the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism from the perspective of the CBDR principle and the right to development of LDCs.

The EU is on track to adopting by the end of this year the regulation establishing the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (“CBAM”) with the trialogues (informal negotiations between the European Parliament and the Council, involving the Commission, during which a common approach to a legal act is agreed, based on amendments proposed by both co-legislators) currently taking…

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