Fabio Eboli

Fabio Eboli

Senior Environmental EconomistMinistry of Environment Italy

Fabio Eboli holds a PhD degree in Economics of Public Sector from University of Salerno, a MSc Degree in Environmental Economics from University of York and a BSc Degree in Economics from University of Salerno.

He is currently employed at Sogesid, in-house company of the Italian Ministry of Environment, Land and Sea. He works as an Environmental Economist Senior at the Directorate-General on Sustainable Development, Environmental Damage and International Relationships. Main topics are macro-economic assessment of climate mitigation policy and impacts, support to the National Strategy for Sustainable Development, economic evaluation of natural capital stock and related ecosystem services and of transition to circular economy.

As regards previous work experience, Fabio worked for nine years (2007-2016) at Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM) - Climate Change and Sustainable Development Research Programme - and at the Foundation Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change (CMCC) - Economic Analysis of Climate Impacts and Policy Division, with main expertise on economic analysis of climate change impacts and policies through computable general equilibrium modelling. He is still associate researchers for both institutions.

He participated in several EU Commission (Sixth and Seventh Framework Programme, Horizon2020) funded projects, and performed for several years as Thematic Coordinator of the European Climate Change Adaptation platform (Climate-Adapt). He was also team leader for several projects aiming to assess the future consequences of achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (FEEM SI and APPS - Assessment, Projections and Policy of Sustainable Development Goals).

Finally, he taught Economics between 2009 and 2015 at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice (UNIVE). He is currently teaching Environmental and Natural Resource Economics within the PhD programme on Science and Management of Climate Change organized by UNIVE and CMCC.