Vice President, Sustainability and Energy United States

Michael Mondshine is an internationally recognized expert in the fields of energy, sustainability, and climate change, with 25 years of experience in greenhouse gas (GHG) accounting, policy development, mitigation, and resilience. 

Michael currently leads WSP’s commercial Climate Preparedness practice, and is relied upon for strategic advisory by Fortune 100 corporations, utilities, municipal, state, and national governments. He is currently facilitating the Climate Adaptation Implementation Committee for the California High Speed Rail Authority.

He also serves as director of the project management office for the company’s Urban Futures Initiative, a program to deliver integrated solutions across transportation, buildings and energy infrastructure for cities, corporate campuses, and communities across the United States. He holds a Masters in Public Policy from Georgetown University and has been recognized by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) for his contributions to their receipt of the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize.