Dr. Ilaria Perissi
A physical chemistry doctoral graduate of the University of Florence (2009). Her current research focuses on biophysical economics and climate change mitigation at the University of Florence, where she is an assistant professor. As Dr. Perissi has proven in several works, systems dynamics models may be quite useful when looking at resource utilisation. One of Europe’s most prestigious and competitive scholarships for research and innovation was just given to her: the Marie Skodowska-Curie Actions fellowship.
Ugo Bardi teaches physical chemistry at the University of Florence, Italy. He is also a member of the Club of Rome, the prestigious think tank that sponsored the famous study titled “The Limits to Growth” in 1972, Ugo Bardi is also senior editor of the Springer Journal “Biophysical Economics and Sustainability.” He is an expert in the economics and geopolitics of resource exploitation and has multiple publications and books on the subject.