Sustainable Transportation Panel: April 12 in NYC

I’ll be moderating a panel discussion on sustainable transportation as part of the Columbia Business School’s New York Alumni Club’s “Making Green from Green” series. It will take place on April 12 and the public is welcome. So, please, come on by.

In 2010, Tesla went public, Nissan LEAF and Chevy Volt launched, natural gas vehicles gained momentum in commercial transportation. Cities like New York continue to remake their pedestrian walkways and bike lanes. This evening will feature expert discussion on developments in alternative transportation with ample opportunity for questions and audience dialog. Among the questions we’ll tackle will be:
  • Who will fund the new infrastructure?
  • Are government and industry poised to work together?
  • Where do hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles fit in the road ahead?
  • Will U.S. manufacturers compete globally with low cost providers in China, India and elsewhere?
  • Chuck Feinberg, Chairman, New Jersey Clean Cities Coalition; Executive Vice President, Greener by Design
  • Trent Lethco, Associate Principal, Arup’s Transportation Planning Group
  •  B. Eric Graham, Director, TechBridge, Fraunhofer Center for Sustainable Energy Systems
  •  Brent Dewar, Senior Advisor, GreenOrder
Date: Tuesday, April 12, 2011 • 6:00 pm
Time: 6:00pm Doors Open and Sign-in • 6:30 – 8:00pm Program • 8:00 – 9:00pm Reception and Networking
Place: Citi, ICG Conference Center • 388 Greenwich Street
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