He obtained a degree and then a doctorate in Philosophy, an area in which he publishes articles and co-translates scientific essays.


He enters the world of waste through a Master's degree at the Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna de Pisa, with which he later collaborates at the Institute of Management (thanks to a small research grant) and occasionally in a spin-off company of the same University (thanks to for a European Life+ project).


In 2012, he started to collaborate with Federambiente, dealing in particular with waste prevention policies and tools.


Since 2016, he has been working in Utilitalia's Environment Sector. On behalf of the Federation, it participates in studies, sectoral research and various institutional activities in ministries and national technical bodies.