Steven Moss specializes in resource economics and public policy analysis. He has led numerous assignments focusing on energy, environmental, and land use issues. He is co-author of A Guide for Reviewing Environmental Policy Studies and teaches in the Public Policy Program at Mills College.

Mr. Moss holds an M.S. in Public Policy from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and a B.S. in Conservation of Natural Resources from the University of California, Berkeley.

Since receiving a graduate degree in public policy from the University of Michigan, Moss has spent more than twenty years engaged in various aspects of the policy process, such as policy analysis, public finance, strategic planning, and political campaigning. He’s worked on a variety of issues, including deep dives into civic engagement, health care, land use issues, energy, water, and air quality, including climate change. And while he’s focused most of his energies in California, Moss has led projects in India, Niger, Rwanda, and Senegal.