Roberto is part of a research team focused on developing Federal policy for Canada’s agricultural industry, promoting clean growth and innovation. He is looking at how cutting-edge fertilizer technology can simultaneously reduce GHG emissions while improving farmers’ profit margins. He also works on a policy team concerned with the implementation of green economic tools whose function promote sustainable land conservation and environmental degradation-mitigation.
Roberto currently attends the University of Ottawa’s Law School, and holds a Master’s of Education in Educational Administration and Leadership. Prior to attending the University of Ottawa, Roberto studied International Agriculture and Rural Development at Cornell University.