Jordan founded and manages CleanTechVerdict, a resource for those seeking level-headed assessments of clean technologies and relevant policies. CleanTechVerdict's goal is to dig through the jargon and misinformation that has come to define popular debate about environmental issues. Check us out at CleanTechVerdict.com! Jordan has an M.S. in sustainable systems from the University of Michigan’s School of Natural Resources and Environment, where he was a research assistant at the Center for Sustainable Systems, and a B.S. in environmental studies and psychology from St. Lawrence University. He has worked on sustainability issues in New Jersey, Kenya and Costa Rica and on resource management at the Department of the Interior.