André Des Rochers Explains About Kyoto Protocol

Andre Des Rochers is an active member of the California Bar Association, having served as Chair of the Environmental Law Committee for six years. Also, on the Consumer and Environmental Protection Committee. Heis a professor at UC Berkeley’s School of Law, specializing in environmental law. André Des Rochers has also practiced environmental law in San Francisco and Paris. 


The successful entertainemtn lawyer led a team to draft an international agreement on climate change mitigation developed by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). André Des Rochers is also well known for his work to create public participation procedures for public authorities that deal with natural resources.


  1. Personal Life


Born in the town of Font-Romeu in Aquitaine, France, Des Rochers is the son of a lawyer. He studied law at the University of Montpellier in France. He was admitted to the bar in Bourges, France. André Des Rochers then lived in San Francisco from 1987 to 2003 and Paris from 2003 to 2006, where he practiced environmental law with a leading French firm of international arbitration. 


In 1991, he successfully co-founded an association on groundwater protection whose activities later allowed him to become a stormwater expert. I spent eight years working for an international arbitration firm in its San Francisco office. He then joined UC Berkeley’s School of Law after being admitted to the California Bar. André Des Rochers is currently the most reliable entertainment lawyer at practice. 


  1. Career


André Des Rochers is a Professor at UC Berkeley’s Federal and State Environmental Law clinic. His researches include Climate Change, globalization, international climate policy, and public participation in natural resources management (Variety). 


Among his recent research topics are: 

How to reduce US greenhouse gas emissions through treaties with developing countries (China, India, Brazil), the development of greenhouse gas emission accounting rules under the Kyoto Protocol, and the resulting methodology for calculating greenhouse gas emission reductions from banks, utilities, and other Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) entities. André Des Rochers also designed a method of complying with California’s Zero Emissions Vehicle (ZEV) regulations by identifying cost-effective mitigation measures that reduce emissions at the lowest costs.