Eric Rothstein, eDesign Dynamics, green Engineering

Eric Rothstein


Eric Rothstein is a hydrologist with twenty years of experience working on a variety of sustainability projects.

Mr. Rothstein’s career has focused on ecosystem restoration and water resources planning within urban centers. He currently leads the team investigating the sustainable water resource planning for multiple projects in New York City. His international work includes water resource and ecosystem planning in Nepal, Sao Paulo, Brazil, rural Rwanda, and the Aegean coast of Turkey.

Mr. Rothstein previously worked as a project manager for New York City for over seven years. In that capacity, he managed ecological restorations including salt marshes, fresh water wetlands, grasslands, and forests and developed naturalized stormwater management structures. Examples of Eric Rothstein’s built work can be found in all five boroughs of New York City and beyond. He has also worked for a national ecological restoration firm where he worked on master planning of ecological, stormwater management and soil components for large scale developments.

Mr. Rothstein has lectured on wetland restoration and stormwater management issues at the graduate level at Harvard, Columbia, and The University of Pennsylvania. He teaches continuing education courses to professionals through the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry. Eric Rothstein holds an M.S. in Soil and Water Engineering /Hydrology from Cornell University and a B.S. from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.