Sergey Tulinov is a special assistant to the Head of the Russian Federal Service for Hydrometeorology and Environmental Monitoring (Roshydromet) a governmental body responsible for Russian climate change policy.

Sergey has a university degree and Ph.D. in physical sciences, and advanced university degree in economics. After graduation from the Moscow State University in 1996 he was working at the scientific institution dealing with environmental application of remote sensing from space.

From 1999 Sergey Tulinov has been working as a governmental expert at Roshydromet. He has been involved into climate change negotiations since 2001. He is one of Russian negotiators on the post-2012 climate policy framework and is a member of the Ad Hoc Working Group on Further Commitments for Annex I Parties under the Kyoto Protocol (AWG-KP). Since climate change is a key issue in the G8 agenda, Sergey Tulinov has become as a member of Russian G8 team. He is also familiar with the intergovernmental process under the WMO, ISDR and other UN processes relevant to climate change and disaster risk redaction strategies.
Sergey Tulinov is on his current position since 2005.

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