Juan-Carlos Ciscar is a scientific officer of the European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC). He holds a graduate degree and PhD in economics (Universidad de Valencia), and a postgraduate degree in finance and monetary economics at CEMFI.
He has worked for twenty-five years on the assessment of GHG emissions mitigation costs and climate impacts, mainly using computable general equilibrium models. At JRC he currently leads a multi-disciplinary team working on the integrated economic modelling of climate risks, and is one of the coordinators of the JRC PESETA projects on climate impacts and adaptation in the EU.
Speaking — Climate risks challenges and innovation opportunities