Robert Rozansky is a senior policy analyst with the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation. He focuses on clean energy innovation. He was previously at the Science and Technology Policy Institute, where he conducted policy research and analysis for the White House and federal agencies. Prior to that, he worked at an international nuclear fusion collaboration on a Fulbright scholarship to France. He holds a master’s degree in physics from Aix-Marseille University and a bachelor’s degree in physics from Brown University.
Recent advances in gene editing offer promising opportunities to mitigate emissions from agriculture and other sectors, and to capture carbon from the atmosphere. Governments should accelerate the development and deployment of these solutions.