Mohammed Al-Shawaf to Present on Resillient Cities at VERGE San Francisco
On Tuesday, October 15, 2013 at the VERGE conference in San Francisco, SustainAbility Manager Mohammed Al-Shawaf is moderating a panel called “Innovating Management of City Resources” in the Resilient Cities conference track with panelists Laura Spanjian Director of Office of Sustainability, City of Houston and Colin Tetrault Senior Policy Advisor of Sustainability to Mayor Greg Stanton, City of Phoenix.
VERGE San Francisco brings together innovators, entrepreneurs, and leading public officials to explore the opportunities for radical efficiencies created through technology advancements in energy, buildings and transportation. The Resilient Cities track will focus on the technologies, partnerships, and innovative business models that are changing the way cities increase resilience and deliver enhanced services. Other conference tracks for VERGE include New Energy Systems, Next-Gen Buildings, Food-Energy-Water Nexus, Smarter Supply Chains, and Sustainable Mobility.
VERGE is taking place at the Palace Hotel, San Francisco, from October 14-17, 2013.
If you can’t make it in-person, tune into VERGE Virtual, where you’ll be able to watch the morning plenary sessions live online, chat with other viewers and even ask questions of speakers, via VERGE’s virtual (but real-live) host, SustainAbility’s Mohammed Al-Shawaf. It’s free — just register here.