Secondary cities in Asia, Africa, and Latin America have an opportunity to avoid gridlocked growth patterns and to integrate sustainable energy and transport solutions.
Clotilde Rossi di Schio
Clotilde is a specialist for energy, transport, and cooling in SEforALL’s policy team. She worked in the energy sector for more than 12 years as a member of McKinsey’s German office and at Turboden, Mitsubishi Heavy Industry group company. She was a research assistant with the SIPA Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University, specializing in decarbonization strategies. She has an MBA in Finance from Columbia Business School and a Master of Science in Mechanical/Industrial Engineering from Vienna University of Technology.