Dave Grossman
Principal, Green Light Group consulting

Dave Grossman is the principal of Green Light Group, a consulting practice specializing in research, analysis, writing, and strategy on sustainability issues, with a particular focus on climate change and clean energy. In his consulting, Mr. Grossman has helped numerous clients – including non-profits, philanthropic foundations, trade associations, corporations, and intergovernmental organizations – transform complex concepts and processes into logical, organized, and clear results. Mr. Grossman has been studying and working in environmental policy, politics, law, and organizing since the mid-1990s. Prior to founding Green Light in 2006, he managed projects for the International Network for Environmental Compliance and Enforcement (INECE), worked in the 2004 presidential campaign cycle, served as a law clerk for the Chief Justice of the Alaska Supreme Court, and was a grassroots organizer on endangered species and fisheries issues with the National Audubon Society (through Green Corps). In addition to numerous reports and other publications produced through his consulting, Mr. Grossman has also published on topics such as the feasibility of tort-based climate change litigation and theories of why states and firms comply with law. He graduated from Princeton University with a degree in Politics and received his law degree from Yale Law School.