Bottom up Adaptation Strategies for a Sustainable Europe

Fabio Eboli

Fabio Eboli holds a PhD degree in Economics of Public Sector from University of Salerno (ITALY) and a MSc Degree in Environmental Economics from University of York (UK). He joined the Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM) Climate Change and Sustainable Development Research (CCSD) Programme in 2007. He also belongs to the Climate Change Impacts and Policy (CIP) research team at the Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change (CMCC). His main research field is the economic assessment of climate change impacts and policies by means of computable general equilibrium framework. His interests also cover the quantitative evaluation of sustainable development through composite indicators. Fabio took part and is currently involved in several EU Commission’s Sixth and Seventh Framework Programme projects and is the team leader of the FEEM Sustainable Index project ( He has been recently appointed as the thematic coordinator of the European Climate Change Adaptation platform (Climate-Adapt). As a lecturer, he is currently teaching “Economics” for undergraduates at Cà Foscari University in Venice and “Modelling impacts of climate change and adaptation strategies” at PhD Programme in Science and Management of Climate Change (jointly coordinated by Cà Foscari Venice University and CMCC).