Giacomo Ferri holds a master’s degree in International Relations from Johns Hopkins University in Washington DC, focusing on climate policy and development in China and Mongolia. Previously, he obtained a bachelor’s in Political Science and Economics from Milan’s Bocconi University, regularly contributing geopolitical analyses as part of a student newspaper.
Giacomo spent his last two years of high school in Beijing, which has left him with a lifelong interest into bilateral EU-China relations. Having also undertaken multiple stays in neighbouring Mongolia as part of previous work experiences, Giacomo Ferri had the opportunity to interact with key actors in the local energy, mining and conservation sectors. The intersection of climate, energy and geopolitics is a common theme both in his research and practical experience.