Jackson Goldman began work with PSE Healthy Energy as a consultant before joining the team in August of 2021 as a fieldwork coordinator. Prior to PSE, Jackson worked for the Center for Resource Solutions (CRS), a national nonprofit focused on policy and market solutions to advance sustainable energy. As a verification associate at CRS, Jackson helped build reliability and integrity in the clean energy market, assisting in the organization’s third-party green energy verification process. In his current role at PSE, Goldman is focused on the public health implications of natural gas use. He is interested in exploring the transition to renewable energy.
Goldman graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, in 2020 with a BS in Conservation and Resource Studies. His undergraduate studies focused on environmental philosophy, economics, and resource management.
Peer-Reviewed and Technical Reports
Lebel, E. D., Michanowicz, D., Bilsback, K. R., Hill, L. L., Goldman, J. S. W., Domen, J. K., Jaeger, J. M., Ruiz, A., & Shonkoff, B. C. (2022). Composition, emissions, and air quality impacts of Hazardous Air Pollutants in unburned natural gas from residential stoves in California. Environmental Science & Technology.