Valeria Zanini

After the Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy at the University of Rome La Sapienza, Valeria Zanini continued her studies with a Master’s degree in English in Global Politics and Society at the University of Milan, studying the social and economic dynamics related to globalisation. After carrying out research at the Institut du Développement Durable et des Relations Internationales (IDDRI) in Paris, she graduated with honours with a thesis on the role of lobbying and interest groups in the environmental transition at the European level. She delves into the topics of migration, sustainable development, energy transition policies and their distributional effects through various trainings in Italy and abroad, and through an internship on the Green Deal and on energy poverty at the European Anti-Poverty Network in Brussels. She works at Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei in the “Technologies for the Energy Transition” (TET) programme, supporting the development of energy transition scenarios for Mediterranean countries, studying historical and prospective energy consumption, and analysing energy efficiency and transition policies in these countries.



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