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Clean Transportation: Driving 2.0
   
EV Setbacks, Cheap Natural Gas, Political Gridlock: What Now? [CBSAC/NY event]


The Sustainable Business Committee of the

Columbia Business School Alumni Club of New York invites you to


MAKING GREEN FROM GREEN

 

Clean Transportation: Driving 2.0

 

EV Setbacks, Cheap Natural Gas, Political Gridlock: What Now?


Despite years of effort and billions invested, we still confront many of the same challenges to cleaner, greener transportation.  Roadways, airports and railways are aging. There is a lack of infrastructure to support alternative fuel vehicles.  Indifference, if not outright hostility, persists in the development of high speed rail and mass transit. Our expert panel explores what we have learned, new trends and technologies, and where investors are placing their bets.  Join us for this journey in clean transportation.


Thursday, May 17, 2012, 6:00PM


MODERATOR

FEATURED SPEAKER 

  • David Yassky, Commissioner, New York City Taxi & Limousine Commission 

PANELISTS

  • Stephen Marlin, Manager, General Motors Advanced Technology Demonstrations
  • Rich Kassel, Senior Attorney and Director, NRDC Clean Fuels and Vehicles Project
  • Ari Kahn, Electric Vehicle Program Manager, Mayor's Office of Long-term Planning & Sustainabilty
  • Jeffrey D. Pribor, CFO and EVP, General Maritime Corporation


EXCLUSIVE EXTRAS
  • Information tables from transportation innovators
  • Refreshments / Wine

Agenda, Thursday, May 17, 2012
  • 6:00 - 6:30pm Doors Open and Early Networking
  • 6:30 - 8:00pm Program
  • 8:00 - 9:30pm Reception and Networking


PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP
300 Madison Avenue, PwC Auditorium (SW Corner of 42nd Street)

$25 for CBSACNY, MCC, NYBSC Members, Members of the Columbia Venture Community & Students; $40 for non-members; $60 at the door

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Advance registration for all CBSAC/NY events closes at 12:00 noon on the day of the event. You will be able to purchase a ticket online until then.If you don’t register in advance and there is still space, you will be able to get a ticket at the door at the higher walk-in rate. 

MAKING GREEN FROM GREEN
Season 3 Certificate Program on Sustainable Business
Attend four out of six MAKING GREEN FROM GREEN events through June 2012 and earn a Certificate.  Future topics: Green and the 2012 Election (June 12).

For more information sustainablebusiness@cbsacny.org. Follow us and the MAKING GREEN FROM GREEN series on Twitter @CBSACNY_SBC, #MGFG and the Columbia Business School Alumni Club of New York (CBSACNY) on Facebook.

NON-MEMBERS and WALK-INS WELCOME (photo ID required)
Many thanks to PwC, our MAKING GREEN FROM GREEN Season 3 sponsor, for hosting the event series. Many thanks to McLaren Engineering Group for hosting Sustainable Business Committee meetings and to Manhattan Chamber of Commerce for their support.

This event was organized by Neil Zeller and the Sustainable Business Committee

Event Information
EVENT DATE:
Thursday, May 17 2012
6:00pm [ iCal ]
LOCATION:
PriceWaterhouseCoopers LLP
300 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10017

Look Who's Coming:
Guest of stephen cohodes
Omar Alvarellos
Kasirer Consulting
Stephen Atlas
Jim Bardia
Change Wind Corp
Leon Bart-Williams
CabEasy
Arlene Bassett
Greeter
Erik Batallones
Max Belenitsky
Vehive
Deborah Bernick
Greeter
Olive Blessing
Anders Boman
Jane Brogan
Laura Bucko
Manhattan Chamber of Commerce
Rick Bunn
Kelly Carlin
Weels
Jacqueline Chu
Robert Clark
Derrek Clarke
Volunteer
stephen cohodes
Michael Dachille
Aleph, Inc.
Jeffrey Dubin
Ryan Duffy
Lee Erdman
Christina Ficicchia
NYCLHVCC (Clean Cities)
Mary Catherine Fixel
PwC
Robert Fleisher
Harrison Fox
Bart Hale
Michelle Hardy
Dianne Heiler
Davida Heller
Vreni Hommes
Mark Hutmacher
Bradley Jobling
Greeter
Lynn Kacher
At Your Service NY Catering
Ari Kahn
Mayor’s Office of Long-term Planning & Sustainability
Roberta Kahn
Rich Kassel
NRDC Clean Fuels and Vehicles Project
Brian Kauffman
Matt Kendalsk
Aleph, Inc.
sarah king
Millstone Advisors
Sean Lasky
marjorie lau
Rob Liflander
Pam Lilak
PwC
Heather Lin
PwC
Robert Lutey
My Luu
IBM
Gia Machlin
Greeter
David Mahfouda
Weels
Stephen Marlin
General Motors Advanced Technology Demonstrations
Jeremy McCool
HEVO
Eric McNulty
Harvard School of Public Health
Sara Mears
Philip Miceli
Julie Migliacci
NYCLHVCC (Clean Cities)
Jake Miller
Scott Miller
Saleem Moghal
Change Wind Corp
Jacquelyn Ottman
Ismael Padua
Amar Pradhan
Ro Purushotham
Weels
Christopher Ragucci
Kathryn Ralph
Rahul Rao
Stephen Regal
Marcia Robbins
Greeter
Ula Robertson
At Your Service NY Catering
Chuck Ronson
Ron Rose
Kasirer Consulting
Fredrica Rudell
Rachel Saloman
Judith Sandford
Martin Sarna-Wojcicki
Gideon Saroufiem
Adam Savitz
PwC
Drew Schechtman
Gary Schlosberg
Richard Schreiber
Aleph, Inc.
Ron Schulhof
Jeremy Seltzer
Wrapp
Liora Seltzer
Wrapp
Nan Shen
Starr Strategic Partners
Eugene Shlossberg
Matthew Shurtleff
Roger Sorkin
Sorkin Productions
Emily Spokowski
Ria Stern
Hyosung
Natalie Trojan
Sal Vergopia
Louis Waxman
Uri Weg
Volunteer
Hannah Wells
Viridian
Carolyn Whelan
Press
Simon Witt
Robert Wolf
Greenbriar Equity Group LLC
Sondra WuDunn
David Yassky
NYC Taxi & Limousine Commission
... a total of 101 guests.

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