World Bank, USA
FEDERICA RANGHIERI has an MA in International Development from American University - School of International Studies, Washington DC, a degree in Economic and Social Studies (MA equivalent) from Bocconi University, Milan, and a post graduate certificate from the Kennedy School of Government - Harvard Institute for International Development, in Environmental Economics and Policy Analysis.
Federica joined the World Bank in July 2007 and works with the EASOP (East Asian and Pacific Operation and Policy unit) on Carbon Finance and Climate Change and is part of the Climate Change and Carbon Finance Coordination Team.
She is lead author of Climate resilient Cities - A Primer on reducing vulnerabilities to Disasters, published in 2008.
Her last assignment before joining the World Bank was as assistant professor at the University of Milan from 2003, where she taught undergraduate Environmental Policies and Graduate Environmental and Social Communication.
She brings a decade of expertise on climate change flexible mechanisms dates back to 1998, when she developed and coordinated the first pilot project on emissions trading for the Edison Group.
She also co-managed the development of the first European guidelines for monitoring and reporting GHG in 1999 (presented at COP 6 in Den Hague - NL), in addition to working with several Italian and transnational companies on Kyoto Protocol issues.
As a Senior Consultant for IADB - InterAmerican Development Bank, in 2006 and 2007 she co-managed the project Strategies to foster adoption of CSR Practices in Latin American Countries.
She was senior researcher and research unit coordinator at FEEM - Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei, from 1994 to 2000. << back
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