Valerio Micale is a manager at CPI. His work focuses on green investment, with expertise in risk analysis, financial modeling, and impact assessment, including multi-criteria analysis.
Valerio is currently working on the net zero finance transition, leading the development of science-based Paris alignment methodologies and the Net Zero Finance Tracker, an open-data dashboard tracking the financial sector transition from commitments to action. He is also supporting the Green Climate Fund in the design of tools that help to assess funding proposals against the Fund’s impact criteria. Valerio has also worked on studies that evaluate trends and opportunities for adaptation finance and blended finance, and has been involved in the analysis of innovative financial mechanisms for the Global Innovation Lab for Climate Finance.
Before joining CPI, Valerio was a researcher at Bocconi University, where he worked on projects related to sustainability and corporate environmental accountability. Prior to that, he worked for First Climate Zurich, where he was involved in the risk management of carbon assets.
He is a graduate in Business Economics (MSc) and holds a Master’s degree in Environmental Management and Economics from Bocconi University in Milan.