On May 17 I will have the honor to return to New York to moderate a discussion on clean transportation for the Columbia Business School Alumni Club of New York. Last year’s conversation was robust and wide-ranging and this year’s should be just as engaging. Appearing on the panel are:
– Rich Kassel of the National Resources Defense Council
– Stephen Marlin of General Motors
– Bruce Schaller of the New York City Department of Transportation
We’ll be taking on everything from the continuing challenges for electric vehicles to the sorry state of public investment in mass transit. Of course this is a business audience, we’ll also be talking about where the smart money is placing its bets now.
If you are going to be in New York on the evening of May 17, please join us. If not (or in any case), what questions would you like me to pose to these panelists? I’ll post on the discussion so you’ll get your answers.
Here is more information on the event: MGFG Transportation 5 17 12_(Final PDF)