Giulia is a correspondent for MLex in Brussels. She started reporting on EU energy and climate policies as a fellow of the Lénaïc Fund for Quality Journalism with MLex in Brussels. Giulia has a degree in International Relations from the University of Bologna, and a degree in European Languages and Cultures focused on English and German from the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia.
Selected Insights by Giulia
The EU steel, transport and construction industries should be at the forefront of an “acceleration” of initiatives aimed at curbing emissions.
Climate change looks set to become a point of contention in post-Brexit trade talks, with the EU pushing for stricter commitments.
EU manufacturers will see mandatory "sustainability rules applicable to all products" proposed by the EC
IT businesses in Europe are set to face new rules on energy efficiency and device repairability.
World leaders' failure to agree on international commitments at the recent UN climate summit in Madrid may encourage the EU to beef up its policies and take a harder stance with its trade partners.