Jacopo Crimi


Jacopo Crimi worked at Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei and Centro Euro-Mediterraneo sui Cambiamenti climatici from 2004  till 2015. He started as a researcher and worked since 2007 as a project manager and coordinator for several EC funded research projects.

With the two parents being journalists, Jacopo always had a genuine interest in communication, but it is since 2009 only that this has been his main occupation at FEEM and CMCC. He proposed and coordinated several innovative projects dealing with the communication of climate change: most notably the WITCH policy simulator,  a set of animated videos on IPCC AR5, ICARUS , WITCH and Cobham websites, and numerous interviews and summaries for ICCG youtube channel. Since 2015, he started his own firm dedicated to the dissemination of science through a myriad of different instruments, and carries on, among others, the management of the Cobham website.

Jacopo loves nature, particularly sea and volcanoes, perfectly merged in his beloved tiny island in the middle of the Mediterranean, Stromboli, where he tries to be as much as possible, when he is not traveling for work, or for curiosity.

Post Published by Jacopo Crimi

May 16

Greening with jobs

According to ILO, the transition to a green economy will inevitably cause job losses (around 6 [...]
Mar 19

Nudges are forever

By analyzing "nudged" retirement plans in Sweden since 2000, researchers found that these [...]
Sep 28

Google goes veggy

While Google is nudging its employees in eating less meat to improve their health, it is also [...]
Sep 23

Nudges at work

Two recent web articles about Nudges units in Australia and India provides interesting examples [...]