Sustainable Cities Summit

Inside Park @ St. Bart’s
Park Avenue and 50th Street
New York NY 10022 (map it)
Tuesday, June 8th 2010
8:00am – 3:30pm

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Two inescapable trends are coming together: the urbanization of the planet along with climate change and related concerns about the long-term sustainability of the planet. In 2008, the earth’s population crossed a threshold: it became more than 50% urban dwellers and that number is predicted to reach 75% by 2050. Whether you believe that climate change is caused by human activity or not, the evidence that something is happening is undeniable: in just one example, the concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere increased by approximately 1/3 between 1958 and 2005 with the growth projected to continue to 2020 and beyond.

In this Sustainable Cities Summit, we will explore the challenges and opportunities presented by this evolution. We will look at the systems that undergird a vibrant sustainable city, the sustainable design imperative in the built environment — from buildings to everyday products. We will hear from best-of-breed companies on what they are doing, how they are measuring success, and they are generating ROI right now. They’ll share lessons to help you lead your firm to a greener and more profitable future. We’ll explore the strategic “why” as well as the tactical “how to.”


· A senior level, high-impact forum to help senior executives understand the opportunities presented by the drive for more sustainable cities as well as how to avoid potential pitfalls.

· A powerful sponsorship opportunity for select companies seeking to develop and strengthen relationships with senior executives charged with delivering value through sustainability.

Who Should Attend

· Chief Sustainability Officers

· Chief Environmental Officers

· CIO; Office of the CIO Executive Management

· Data Center Management

· Chief Environmental Officers

· General C-level

· R&D

· Product Development

· Heads of Green Initiatives

· Heads of Energy Initiatives

· Heads of Environmental Initiatives

· City and State Officials

· Business Development, Sales and Marketing Officers

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