Enrica De Cian
EnergyA Principal investigator. Passionate modeler and environmental economist. Mom. Love the Dolomites and chocolate.
Specialized in the analysis of climate and energy policies, with a passion for international negotiations. Love travelling and scuba diving.
I use econometric techniques to study causal relationships between energy and climate. I love the sunset and walking on the beach.
Economic modeler, intrigued by the connection between macro and micro behaviors. I love art in all its forms and the sea.
Climatologist, data analyst and computer geek. A big A.C. Milan and gelato fan
Aspiring environmental economist interested in the impact of global warming on the economy, especially energy and health outcomes. Love coffee and rock-piano music.
PhD candidate in climate change economics, focusing on the costs and benefits of adaptation. Passionate about freediving and marine biology.
Energy engineer and environmental economist on energy and climate policy. Movie buff, loves traveling, occasionally dabbles in Folk dances
Energy modeler and environmental economist with focus on climate change. Plays capoeira and climbs mountains.
Integrated-assessment modeler of climate change and coupled energy-economy systems. Surfer at times.
Talita Borges Cruz
Wandering between economics and engineering while searching for sustainable development in a climate-constrained world. Sea lover and travel addict.
Chemical engineer seeking to understand the world through modeling energy and climate. Interested in social and environmental issues. A new mum rediscovering herself.
Postdoctoral researcher connecting dots between energy, development, and climate change using data and geospatial techniques. Into music jams and the Mediterranean spirit.
Happy in between development and environmental economics. Dad, husband and wave addict.
The ENERGYA team is hosted by Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Department of Economics, and by Fondazione CMCC “Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change”.
The ENERGYA team also acknowledges: Martina Marian (CMCC, project assistant), Element6 (communication and graphics), Ian Sue Wing (modeller) and RFF-CMCC European Institute on Economics and the Environment