Bianca Adam

Bianca Adam is an economist at the World Bank focusing on climate change and resilience. She recently joined the World Bank’s Disaster Risk Financing and Insurance Program. She is also a member of the World Bank Group’s Task Force to Catalyze Climate Action, where she supports strategy development for the Low-Carbon Livable Cities Initiative. Previously, Bianca worked at the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction & Recovery (GFDRR), where she contributed to a number of high profile initiatives, including the World Bank-EU-JapanResilience Dialogue series and the joint World Bank-UN report on the economics of disaster risk reduction “Natural Hazards, UnNatural Disasters. Italian by birth and European at heart, Bianca grew up in Brussels and holds a degree in European Economics from the University of Rome.