Energy and Infrastructure Super Summit

December 12, 2013
Washington, DC, District of Columbia

 

 

On December 12, The Atlantic gathered a select group of senior leaders for conversations on innovative water conservation efforts, evolving green building standards, and the future of energy policy and infrastructure investment through one-on-one interviews and panel discussions. 

 

 

 

The Impact of the Green Building Certification Scot Horst, Helen Gurfel, and Deborah Kuo

Moderated by: Sommer Mathis

 

 

 

Innovation Insurance: Prioritizing the Future of Energy and Infrastructure Policy and Financing Cheryl Martin, Darryl Banks, and Margot Anderson

Moderated by: Steve Clemons

 

 

Headline Interview with Lee McIntire

Interviewed by: Steve Clemons

 

 

Waste Not, Want Not: Successful Strategies for Water Conservation Brendan FitzSimons, John Schulz,

and Ed Osann

Moderated by: Steve Clemons

 

 

Headline Interview with Secretary Shaun Donovan

Interviewed by: Matthew Cooper

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