Robert Rosenbaum

Robert Rosenbaum is a Program Manager for the Evidence for Policy Design at Harvard University. He has a background in nonprofit management and academic training in public policy. He is a Co-Founder of the Philani Family Fund, which provides emergency housing and scholarships for impoverished women in the informal settlements around Cape Town, South Africa. He previously served as the Regional Director for Children of South Africa. He has worked for UNICEF in Liberia on social protection policy. He holds a Master’s in Public Affairs from the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University and a BA in History from Colby College.

Closing India’s Implementation Gap on Pollution Control

To improve its air quality, India needs better implementation of its environmental laws. In the course of two years, India has claimed from China the dubious distinction as the world’s most polluted country. Whether India deserves this title or not depends on how, when and where one chooses to measure pollution—questions that are often debated in the media. All this attention has increased... Continue Reading

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