Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies
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Ilaria Dibattista is a Research Assistant at the Florence School of Regulation (FSR). She holds a PhD in Environmental Sustainability and Wellbeing from the University of Ferrara (Italy), obtained after a master’s in political sciences from the University of Bologna and a bachelor in languages and economics from the Catholic University of Milan. She is participating in the CAPABLE project, researching regional environmental policies with qualitative and quantitative approaches. Over the past few years, she has conducted research in various areas in the sustainability realm, such as the environmental identity development, social norms, environmental policies in European companies, socio-environmental impact of unsustainable activities in Africa, and focusing more recently on voluntary carbon markets and carbon farming from a local to a global level.