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The Italian office of Transport & Environment – established in 2017 – promotes sustainable mobility and transport solutions in Italy. This means addressing and communicating sustainable alternatives and opportunities to some of the most critical problems that characterize the Italian transport system: the highest motorization rate of Europe (663 cars per 1,000 inhabitants); among the oldest passenger, freight and public fleet of Europe; the problems related to poor air quality (Half of the Italian cities breaches air quality limits).

Providing support to policymakers in finding sustainable alternatives that can satisfy mobility needs while improving air quality and delivering economic growth is the core activity of the Italian office of T&E. Our objective is to accelerate the transition to zero-emissions solutions and bring down to zero the current 108 million tonnes of CO2 the transport system is responsible for.

Veronica Aneris

Director, Italy

Veronica Aneris

Director, Italy

Veronica joined T&E as its Italian representative in January 2017 having worked for three years as senior adviser for energy and environment at the International Union of Railways (UIC) in Paris. During her time at UIC, Veronica managed projects linked to sustainable railway transport, carbon accounting and voluntary CO2 reduction programs. She co-authored several publications on energy consumption and CO2 emission data of railways. Before joining UIC, Veronica worked for the Sustainable Development Foundation in Rome. Veronica holds a master’s degree in environmental engineering from the University of Perugia. Besides her native Italian, she speaks English and French. In her spare time you can find Veronica taking pictures with her analogue Nikon camera, meditating in a forest or preparing some homemade Italian gnocchi – using local-bio flour, of course!

Carlo Tritto

Policy Officer, Italy

Carlo Tritto

Policy Officer, Italy

Carlo joined T&E in September 2020, having worked at MOTUS-E, the first Italian association bringing together stakeholders to accelerate the adoption of electro-mobility. As an Italian policy officer at T&E, his work mostly concerns e-mobility and the Italian post-Covid recovery plan. Carlo holds a master’s degree in Environmental Economics from the National University of Ireland, Galway and a bachelor’s degree in Global Governance from the University of Rome Tor Vergata. As a firm Europeanist he is somewhat of a linguaphile, having learned French while living in Toulouse, Spanish while backpacking in Latin America, and English besides his native Italian. In his spare time Carlo can be found mountaineering, trekking or rock-climbing and enjoys playing the guitar - Neapolitan traditional songs in particular.

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