WEBINAR: Climate Change is in our Business- Urbanization and Economic Growth in the 21st Century

Nov 15, 2012


Thursday, November 15, 1:15-2:45pm EDT

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The fourth session in the Security and Sustainability Forum’s Urbanization in a Growing World series will explore the effects of climate change on the private sector and entrepreneurship, given that cities are increasingly the engines of economic growth. We will also look at how the private sector can respond to and mitigate climate change. Learning partner organizations for the series include Abt Associates, the World Bank, the Woodrow Wilson Center, the Penn Institute for Urban Research and the International Housing Coalition.

Attend the session to learn from:

Marc A. Weiss, Chairman and CEO of Global Urban Development, an international policy organization and a member of the steering committees of the United Nations-Habitat World Urban Campaign and its Best Practices and Policies Program.

Michele Laird, Principal Associate with Abt Associates, is managing the portfolio of a USAID-funded Mexico Competitiveness Program, developing small and medium-sized clean technology firms.

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