Carbon Pulse hires new Brussels-based Climate and Energy Correspondent

Published 19:38 on October 13, 2021  /  Last updated at 10:01 on January 12, 2022  /  Bavardage, Climate Talks, EMEA, EU ETS, International, Switzerland, UK ETS  /  No Comments

Carbon Pulse has hired a new Climate and Energy Correspondent to cover what is a crucial time in Brussels.

Carbon Pulse has hired a new Climate and Energy Correspondent to cover what is a crucial time in Brussels.

Based in the Belgian capital, Federica Di Sario joins from ICIS’ London bureau, where she had reported on European power since 2019.

Prior to that, she worked as a business journalist in Africa and South America and at the political department of the EU to Armenia.

Federica will report from the front line as the 27-nation EU is preparing to implement its new Green Deal, extend emissions trading to new sectors, and install a carbon border adjustment mechanism to protect industry.

Lawmakers from European Parliament and member states have kicked off negotiations over the Commission’s Fit for 55, in a closely-watched legislative process expected to take at least one or two years.

Federica joins Carbon Pulse’s new 2021 hires Peter Kiernan, Jiefei Liu, Katherine Monahan, and Alessandro Vitelli, with the company planning to bring aboard several more staff members in the coming months as it experiences rapid growth alongside the world’s booming carbon markets.

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