Climate Change Forum 2010

Climate Change Forum 2010

“Three Keys to Sustainable Urban Communities: Water, Power, and Transportation”

Hitachi Climate Change Forum 2010 provided an opportunity for key U.S. opinion leaders and technological experts to discuss issues regarding sustainable development of urban communities. The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and The Brookings Institution organized the featured panels at Hitachi Climate Change Forum 2010.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Assistant Administrator ‘Peter Silva’, delivered the keynote presentation. His presentation focused on the current debate on water policy in the United States. The forum attracted over 200 key opinion leaders from government, academia, non-profit organizations, and other executives from the industry.

Hitachi Climate Change Forum 2010 Event Details

Date: 
Monday, May 27, 2013
Venue: 
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Auditorium 1200 New York Avenue, NW, Washington DC 20005
Organizer: 
Hitachi, Ltd.

Keynote Presentation

The Honorable Peter S. Silva

Assistant Administrator for Water

United States Environmental Protection Agency

Panel 1

Electricity/Energy

Panelists

Michael Miller
Director, Environment and Renewables, Electric Power Research Institute
William Parks
Senior Technical Advisor, U.S. Department of Energy
Naofumi Sakamoto
Chief Researcher, Hitachi Research Institute

Moderator

Dr. Charles Ebinger
Senior Fellow and Director, Energy Security Initiative, The Brookings Institution

Panel 2

Transportation

Panelists

Matthew J. Klein
President,
Akridge
Dr. Michael Meyer
Director
Georgia Transportation Institute, Georgia Institute of Technology
Robert Puentes
Senior Fellow
Metropolitan Policy Program, The Brookings Institution

Moderator

The Honorable Dave McCurdy
President and CEO, Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers (Former Congressman)

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