Duncan Noble works as a self-employed carbon management consultant. Duncan helps clients integrate the risks and opportunities associated with climate change into their strategies, products and operations; put in place carbon footprint measurement and analysis systems; and reduce the carbon footprint of their organizations, products, and communities. Duncan is also active at the local level, building opportunities for citizens to proactively respond to climate change.
Duncan spent 12 years with Five Winds/PE INTERNATIONAL (now thinkstep) where he was Director of North American Carbon Solutions and 10 years at Nortel Networks in financial and environmental management. Duncan also worked with the Pembina Institute, where he authored The Cool Business Guide, and with the Solar Energy Society of Canada, where he created the first Canadian Renewable Energy Guide.
Duncan holds an MBA and B.Sc. in Engineering Physics from Queen’s University, is licensed as a Professional Engineer in the province of Ontario, and is a Certified Passive House Designer. He was trained by Al Gore and the Climate Reality Project as a volunteer Climate Leader in 2013. Duncan lives in the Bonnechere River Watershed in Renfrew County.
For a more detailed employment history, view my profile on LinkedIn.