Roman is an Intern who is supporting a joint initiative between WRI’s Open Climate Network, the CAIT Team and the Economics Center. He is working on low carbon modeling and data collection efforts on climate and emissions.
Roman previously worked for the Joint Global Change Research Institute in College Park, Maryland where he assisted in efforts to project climate change impacts on mortality in the United States. He also interned at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research where he worked on emission projections with the REMIND model.
Roman holds a Master’s degree in Public Policy from University of Maryland and a Diploma in Physics from Heidelberg University.
He is passionate about playing and watching soccer and exploring the exciting opportunities that DC has to offer by foot and bike.
The benefits of cycling—both for cities and people—are well known. For individuals, cycling can be an efficient, safe and cheap form of mobility as well as a good source of physical activity, helping to reduce obesity and other health risks. ...