Jay Golden

  • Director, Duke Center for Sustainability & Commerce, Nicolas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, Duke University

Duke University
Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions
2117 Campus Dr, Box 90335
Durham, NC 27708
USA
919-613-8709
Email: jay.golden@duke.edu
Web: http://nicholasinstitute.duke.edu/people/golden/golden

Biography

Dr. Golden is the Director of the Duke Center for Sustainability & Commerce. Based in the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, Golden leads efforts to deliver impactful research and education programs on the important nexus of sustainability and commerce. Building upon the world-class faculty and resources at Duke, the center serves as a catalyst for creating a new generation of sustainability knowledge and solutions in service to society.

Education

    Ph.D., Engineering for Sustainable Development, Massachusetts Insititute of Technology/University of Cambridge - England, 2006

    B.A., Management, Arizona State University/University of Phoenix, 2004

    M.Phil., Environmental Engineering and Sustainable Development, Massachusetts Institute of Technology/University of Cambridge - England

Journal Articles

2013

Hartz, D. A., A. J. Brazel and J. S. Golden. 2013. A comparative climate analysis of heat-related emergency 911 dispatches: Chicago, Illinois and Phoenix, Arizona USA 2003 to 2006. International Journal of Biometeorology 57(5):669-678. DOI: 10.1007/s00484-012-0593-z. (link)

2012

Hartz, D. A., J. S. Golden, C. Sister, W. Chuang and A. J. Brazel. 2012. Climate and heat-related emergencies in Chicago, Illinois (2003-2006). International Journal of Biometeorology 56(1):71-83. DOI: 10.1007/s00484-010-0398-x. (link)

2010

Golden, J. S., K. J. Dooley, J. M. Anderies, B. H. Thompson, G. Gereffi and L. Pratson. 2010. Sustainable product indexing: Navigating the challenge of ecolabeling. Ecology and Society 15(3):Art. 8. (link)

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Books

1980

Golden, J., R. P. Ouellette, S. Saari and P. N. Cheremisinoff. 1980. Environmental Impact Data Book. Ann Arbor Science. Ann Arbor, MI.

Posters

2009

Jo, J. H., H. Bryan and J. Golden. 2009. Evaulating regional application potential of building integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) as an intervention strategy for energy related vulnerabilities in the Phoenix metropolitan area. Poster presented at the February 2009 Energy and Environment Conference.

Jo, J. H., H. Bryan and J. Golden. 2009. Evaluating the environmental and financial benefits of a "cool" roof system in hot arid climate zones. Poser presented at the February 2009 Energy and Environment Conference.

Sister, C., C. G. Boone, J. Golden, D. A. Hartz and W. Chuang. 2009. Spatial analysis of crime and socio-economic variables as indicators for heat-health vulnerability in Chicago, Illinois. Tempe, AZ. Poster presented at 11th Annual Central Arizona-Phoenix Long-Term Ecological Research (CAP LTER) Poster Symposium, Tempe, AZ. January 15, 2009. (link)

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Presentations

2009

Carlson, J. D., J. H. Jo, K. E. Kaloush and J. S. Golden. 2009. Evaluating the energy balance of alternate parking lot materials in hot arid climates. Presentation at the January 2009 American Meteorological Society UrbEnv Symposium.

Chuang, W., S. W. Myint and J. S. Golden. 2009. Modeling and predicting heat-health vulnerability using data derived from remote sensing: A case study of Chandler, Arizona. Presentation at the 4 April 2009 Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 53rd Annual Meeting, Tucson, Arizona.

Chuang, W., S. W. Myint and J. S. Golden. 2009. Modeling and predicting heat-health vulnerability using data derived from remote sensing: A case study of Chandler, Arizona. Presentation at the 22-27 March 2009 Association of American Geographers 2009 Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Conference Papers

2009

Oneill, G. D., J. C. Hershauer and J. S. Golden. 2009. The cultural context of sustainability entrepreneurship. In: Tilley, F. and B. D. Parrish eds.,