Bringing Sustainability Home
Tuesday, May 22, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM (EDT)
Bringing Sustainability Home:
Do U.S. Policies Limit Smart Economic Growth?
Reception: 6:00 PM, Program: 6:30 PM
Are our country’s leaders forced to choose between economic competitiveness and sustainability? Is the United States missing an opportunity to turn sustainability into a smart economic pathway? Part of the Academy’s series, “New Questions for an Old Planet,” this program will highlight the crucial role of competitive and sustainable energy policies in our country’s economic development.
Come hear experts from some of the nation's top companies doing global business discuss this along with Jack McDougle from the Council on Competitiveness.
Moderator: Audrey Zibelman, CEO, Viridity Energy
Kent Anson, Vice President, Higher Education, Honeywell Building Solutions
Bobby Kandaswamy, Director of Intel Capital, global venture investment and M&A arm of Intel Corporation
Jack McDougle, Senior Vice President, Council on Competitiveness
Ann Shaub, Director of Product Management, Verizon
Come early for the reception to learn more about:
The Academy’s yearlong Bicentennial series, “New Questions for an Old Planet,” will feature expert panels and distinguished speakers who will help promote action on crucial environmental issues. Many programs will explore climate change, energy, and population; food and public health; water; and green building, urban design, and the built environment. Check ansp.org for more information on future programs.