CoreNet’s Sustainability committee invites you to participate in a panel discussion about the complex linkages between sustainability and water. Along with temperatures, changes in water patterns are often the result of, and a means of gauging, climate change. From water scarcity to rising water levels, companies are ;increasingly more vulnerable to disruptions in ;their operations, supply chains and logistics. Its inextricable connection with energy further escalates water’s business impact. Managing water-related risks - and identifying opportunities - is increasingly important to CEOs, sustainability and real estate professionals.
Diana Glassman management consultant and author of The Water-Energy Nexus: Adding Water to the Energy Agenda and Environmental Employee Engagement Roadmap™.
Breeze Glazer, LEED AP BD+C, is a sustainable design leader at Perkins + Will and is a member of the Firmwide Research Group, Firmwide Material Health Group and Sustainable Design Council and serves as a water expert within the firm
Christina Copeland is a Manager on the Disclosure Services team and the Water Thought Leader for the North American office of CDP responsible for the execution of CDP’s corporate water membership program.
Taylor McDonald is a sustainability specialist at Tandus Centiva, responsible for implementation of closed water loop methodologies in manufacturing and supply chains