World Water Day Sympsoium – Meeting Water Challenges through P3s and Cross Disciplinary Collaboration
Celebrate World Water Day with the NY Blue Tech network. Around the world each year, March 22 marks the day when water-sector stakeholders discuss how to respond to the water challenges we face collectively, and how we locally can deliver on the UN Sustainable Development Goals. At this highly interactive half-day symposium, we are bringing together a diverse group of water-sector stakeholders from New York, and internationally leading companies, to discuss water challenges, both specific to New York, and internationally, with integrated water management being the key common solution.
Topics include:-Benefits of centralized water system planning -How to protect community interests in P3s – Water detention, on-site reuse and resource recovery -Climate change and preparing for sea level rise
Speakers include:Paul Storella, SVP, Water Business Leader for Metro New York, AECOM Peter Luchetti, Managing Partner, Table Rock Infrastructure Partners Carter Strickland, New York State Director, The Trust for Public Land Eric Fontenot, Head of Urban Water, DHI Group Scott Landers, P.E., Strategic Partnerships, OptiRTC Jennifer Cherrier, Professor, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Brooklyn College Amy Motzny, Watershed Manager, Gowanus Canal Conservancy Zach Cutler, President, Flood Barrier America Heather Morgan, Sustainability and Risk Management Lead, AECOM Tracy Brown, Director, Save the Sound Robert Pape, Lead Wastewater Resource Recovery, AECOM Ed Clerico, CEO Emeritus, Natural Utility Systems Venetia Lannon, Vice President, Matrix New World Engineering
Program8.15-9.00am Breakfast & Networking 9.00-11.30am Thematic scene-setting panels 11.45-12.30pm Moderated Breakout Sessions 12.30-1.30pm Networking lunch
Start date: March 22, 2019
End date: March 22, 2019
Organization: NY Blue Tech and AECOM