Federica Ranghieri




Federica Ranghieri is an Environmental Specialist in the East Asian and Pacific Region of the World Bank, where she works mainly on climate change policies, economic instruments and a bit on carbon finance. She previously worked for the Carbon Finance Business Unit and contributed to the launch of the Italian Carbon Fund. She is assistant professor at the University of Milan, where used to teach Environmental Policy and Environmental and Social Communication. She worked also for the IADB on stakeholder engagement and corporate social responsibility. And for the private sector, mainly industrial companies, as advisor on environmental accounting, environmental management, climate change measures, Kyoto Protocol and EU Emissions Trading System compliance. She is a terrible italian cook.

More info: http://blogs.worldbank.org/team/federica-ranghieri

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Jan 18th 2016

Risks are a part of our everyday lives. Losses from risks and missed opportunities affect everyone. In the last two decades the world has experienced international integration, technological innovation, and economic reform, but also financial turbulence and environmental damage. The fear of loss can prevent people from pursuing development opportunities, leaving many poor people trapped in poverty. However, societies that successfully adapt to risks can make dramatic gains in their living standards.

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