Date(s) - 04/21/2015
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Eastern
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To succeed – economically, culturally and environmentally – cities must accommodate new individuals, maintain standards of livability, prepare for threats like water scarcity, more intense storms and compete for talent and brand leadership with other cities. Their ability to do this successfully has major implications for the private sector as well. Corporations are attracted by a reliable, talented workforce.
In this free, hour-long webcast, current and former sustainability directors from three major US cities – Matt Petersen from Los Angeles, Katherine Gajewski from Philadelphia, Brian Swett from Boston – will share their experiences in setting strategy, developing public-private partnerships, and making a citywide sustainability strategy work for residents, businesses and other stakeholders.