Pietro Cesaro

Researcher

Pietro is a researcher on EU Sustainable Finance in the E3G’s Brussels office. He works on how to finance the strategic objectives of the European Green Deal.

Pietro Cesaro

Pietro’s work deals with policy reforms enhancing the environmental ambition of the EU economy and with finance mechanisms able to unlock green markets.

Before joining E3G, Pietro worked at ERCST – a Brussels based climate policy think tank – coordinating the work-streams on Sustainable Finance and Just Transition. His previous work experiences include the EU Commission, where he was a Policy Assistant to the Principal Adviser on Green Finance (DG Environment), and the UNFCCC in Bonn.

Pietro holds a MSc in Economics with a major in Economic Policy from the University of Lugano, with exchanges at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and the KU Leuven (KUL).

In his free time, Pietro writes novels and coordinates – together with other young professionals – the Italian climate magazine called “Duegradi”.   

Pietro’s work deals with policy reforms enhancing the environmental ambition of the EU economy and with finance mechanisms able to unlock green markets.

Before joining E3G, Pietro worked at ERCST – a Brussels based climate policy think tank – coordinating the work-streams on Sustainable Finance and Just Transition. His previous work experiences include the EU Commission, where he was a Policy Assistant to the Principal Adviser on Green Finance (DG Environment), and the UNFCCC in Bonn.

Pietro holds a MSc in Economics with a major in Economic Policy from the University of Lugano, with exchanges at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and the KU Leuven (KUL).

In his free time, Pietro writes novels and coordinates – together with other young professionals – the Italian climate magazine called “Duegradi”.   

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