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    Webinar: Innovations in Climate Solutions, Arizona State University's School of Sustainability, May 16, 1:15-2:45pm PDT

  • 16 May 2018
  • Start time : 01:15 PM
  • End time : 02:45 PM
ASU
Event Description

Innovations in Climate Solutions
May 16, 2018
1:15 to 2:45 PM EDT

To take the action needed to thrive in a climate changed future, we need to design, develop, and implement a host of innovative technologies and processes. Successful climate solutions innovation will require cross-sector collaboration between producers and users, and an accelerated pace of technological innovation, scaling, and transfer. In this webinar, hear from leaders who are pushing the limits of technology and process innovation to further climate action.

This is the second in a five-part webinar series in our new Climate Change Adaptation & Resilience Leadership Series, hosted by Arizona State University's School of Sustainability. Co-hosts include the American Society of Adaptation Professionals and the University of the District of Columbia's College of Agriculture, Urban Sustainability and Environmental Sciences.

Our series co-host, the American Society of Adaptation Professionals, prepared an adaptation resource guide for everyone who registered for the first webinar in this series and our other urban resilience webinars. To download this guide:

http://files.constantcontact.com/ce6a496a001/13386d3d-f7a8-4fb7-ad21-5782a2a3411f.pdf

Please register for the second webinar and review the recording of the first webinar below.

Missed the First Webinar in this Series?
Over 1800 people registered for the first webinar in this 5-part series. If you missed it or want to watch it again:
https://vimeo.com/265047198

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Arizona State University's School of Sustainability, with the American Society of Adaptation Professionals and the University of the District of Columbia's College of Agriculture, Urban Sustainability and Environmental Sciences, is hosting a new five-webinar series -- "Climate Change Adaptation & Resilience Leadership Series".

This is the second webinar in the new series and focuses on innovative climate solutions. To take the action needed to thrive in a climate changed future, we need to design, develop, and implement a host of innovative technologies and processes. Successful climate solutions innovation will require cross-sector collaboration between producers and users, and an accelerated pace of technological innovation, scaling, and transfer. In this webinar, hear from leaders who are pushing the limits of technology and process innovation to further climate action.

  • Speakers / Presenters
    • The panel is being firmed up but will include David Behar, Climate Program Director, San Francisco Public Utilities Commission with SFPUC consultants Leah Olson with Liftech Consultants, and Vi Lam with AECOM.

      The panel also includes Kevin Shafer, Executive Director of the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewer District. Elisabeth Graffy, Professor of Practice at the School for the Future of Innovation at Arizona State University, will moderate the webinar.
  • Event type
    • Webinar

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