Mattia Ferrari

Mattia Ferrari

Laureato Magistrale in Politiche Economiche presso la Ruhr University di Bochum. Precedentemente ha ottenuto una Laurea Triennale in Economia Europea presso l’Università degli Studi di Milano. Ha collaborato presso il Willy Brandt Center for European and German Studies di Breslavia. I suoi temi di interesse riguardano la politica energetica, l’economia delle infrastrutture e dei servizi pubblici, sviluppo economico e ambiente.

An Assessment of the 2030 Agenda: CED at FEEM International Workshop

The last 15th December 2017, the International Workshop on “Measuring Progresses towards the 2030 Agenda: An Updated Assessment” took place in Milan. The event was organized by FEEM – Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei and AsVis – Alleanza Italiana per lo Sviluppo Sostenibile. If it is too early to assess the whole process of achievement of SDGs, adopted in 2015 by…

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Renewable support schemes and the EU low-carbon zero-subsidy energy sector

Renewable energy has always been subsidized because of its low economic market incentives. The costs of renewable energy production are instead higher compared to the low price of energy from conventional energy plants at wholesale markets in terms of €/kWh. Moreover, common arguments in favor of its subsidization are environmental protection and enhancing energy independency. In the recent years, increasing…

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Energia, politiche ambientali ed emissioni di CO2: un’analisi degli Energy Outlook 2016

Sorry, this entry is only available in Italian. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language. L’inquinamento dell’aria rappresenta un nodo cruciale nel dibattito internazionale di questi ultimi anni. L’urgenza di individuare nuove strategie energetiche che possano instradare concretamente le attuali e future…

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Circular Economy: towards a new model of sustainable economic development

The global economic growth is facing increasing challenges in terms of sustainability. Under this assumption, the new model of Circular Economy (CE) takes place: it promises economic growth with low or zero costs in terms of materials, energy and environmental impact. As the Industrial Revolution promised benefits from an excess availability of resources, the CE takes advantage of resources constraints.…

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Economic Development and Environmental Degradation: The Environmental Kuznets Curve

Fonte: Adam Cohn Introduction: the Environmental Kuznets Curve (EKC) The relationship between economic development and environmental sustainability is represented at best by the so-called Environmental Kuznets Curve (EKC). The reasoning behind the curve grounds on the idea that countries in the early stage of economic development are likely to pollute more, suggesting further economic development as an essential tool to…

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Reflexive Governance and the EU Energy Union

The notion of reflexive governance is widely proposed to tackle the challenges of the infrastructure sector in terms of design and implementation of resilient infrastructures capable to respond to climate change and vulnerability. While the traditional policy approach involves a long-range, wide-scale and highly interventionist public planning, the latest approach shifts towards a so-called reflexive governance of infrastructure. Reflexive Governance…

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