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    SusTech Sustainability Forum

    July 31 - August 1

Sustainability Industry Forum & Moderator

November 12 – 14, 2017, Phoenix, Arizona
Registration Now Open

We are pleased to announce that Mark Goldstein will moderate the “Sustainability Industry Forum” at SusTech 2017 on Tuesday November 14th. He is also going to speak on the topic of “Global Future of Water”.

Mark Goldstein is President of International Research Center and a technophile and technology visionary, activist, advisor, and entrepreneur with extensive experience and connections throughout myriad technology sectors.



Forum participants include:

Bill Bader, CEO of iNEMI who will be speaking on the topic iNEMI 2017 Sustainable Electronics Roadmap. iNEMI is the International Electronics Manufacturing Initiative, which is a leading electronics organization that drives collaborative R&D projects that are executed by the iNEMI membership.

Emma Stewart, Chief Business Development Officer of Impact Infrastructure who will be speaking on the topic “The “Holy Grail”: Automating the business case for greener, healthier buildings & sites”.  Impact Infrastructure automates and democratizes triple-bottom-line cost-benefit analyses in order to cost-justify greener buildings and infrastructure.

Emma is a Board Director of the U.S. Green Building Council, the group behind LEED ratings for buildings, the elected Chair of U.S. Green Building Council’s Advisory Council, and sits on the Global Advisory Council to the World Resources Institute.


Other panelists will include:

Todd Brady, Intel; Guru Madhavan, National Academies of Sciences, and Chris Link, NXP.


To register visit the SusTech registration webpage.

SusTech is an IEEE Region 6 conference hosted by IEEE Phoenix section, and is co-sponsored by the IEEE Phoenix and Oregon Sections, IEEE Region 6 and IEEE-USA. With technical sponsorship by the IEEE SSIT (Society for Social Implications of Technology), IEEE CES (Consumer Electronics Society) and the IEEE Environmental Engineering Initiative.

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