Liquid Assets: Capitalizing on the Water & Energy Nexus
From Baruch DML
Denial Is Not A River in Egypt: Edward Clerico, Professional Engineer at Alliance Environmental delivers the opening address.
Working with Nature: A panel discusses environmentally sustainable building, development, and infrastructure. Panelists include: Paul Mankiewicz, Executive Director of the Gaia Institute; Lary Levine, Attorney, of the Natural Resources Defense Council; and Sri Rangarajan, Manager of Watershed Planning Services at HydroQual, Inc. The Panel is moderated by Alice Cook, Director of Sustainability at Time Equities, Inc. A Q&A Session follows.
Energy, Water, and Technology: A panel discusses water supply and waste water infrastructure in New York City, and water management strategies. Panelists include: Warren Liebold, Director of Metering and Conservation, New York City Department of Environmental Protection; Susan Kaplan, Director of Sustainable Development at Battery Park City Authority; Jane L. Snowdon, Senior Manager of Energy and Environment: Intelligent Buildings and Smarter City Research at the IBM T.J. Watson Research Center; and Carey W. King, of the Center for International Energy and Environmental Policy at The University of Texas--Austin. The panel is moderated by Chris Garvin of Cook+Fox Architects. A Q&A session follows.
Opening and closing remarks are given by Jack S. Nyman, Director of the Steven L. Newman Real Estate Institute.
This event is part of the Sustainability Shoptalk Series, and is presented by the Steven L. Newman Real Estate Institute. The event takes place on October 28, 2009 in the Newman Conference Center, Room 750.