Dr. Noah Goldstein, PhD, LEED AP, leads the North American sustainability team, focusing on creating climate and low-carbon solutions that are profitable, beneficial to stakeholders, and resilient to change. Recognizing that innovative solutions are needed in changing times, he uses an approach that is collaborative and engaging, while learning from best practices in industry.
Dr. Goldstein has published dozens of articles in peer-reviewed journals and business publications about topics include resilience, Energy Management Systems, corporate sustainability and the circular economy. He enjoys presenting and moderating at industry events, including Verge, Greenbuild, IoT World, Lightfair, and the Innovation & Impact Symposium.
Prior to joining Guidehouse, Goldstein was a scientist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, where he led research on energy systems informatics and energy efficiency as well as led sustainability compliance for the DOE site. Dr. Goldstein is the chair of University of California at Merced’s School of Engineering External Advisory Board. Goldstein holds a BA in biology from the University of California, Santa Cruz, and an MA and PhD in Geography from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Ph.D., Geography, University of California, Santa Barbara M.A., Geography, University of California, Santa Barbara B.A., Biology, University of California, Santa Cruz
LEED AP, O+M
Membership and Activity Information
President, UC Merced School of Engineering, External Advisory Board