The Global Environmental Information Infrastructure and Water Quality, Supply, and Conservation

EcoVision 2007, Ronald Reagan International Trade Center, 14th St. & Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington, DC

April 17, 2007
[Past Event]

Duncan Smith, Blank Rome partner and retired Coast Guard rear admiral, moderates the panel discussion "The Global Environmental Information Infrastructure and Water Quality, Supply, and Conservation," on April 17, 2007, in Washington, DC, as part of EcoVision 2007.

Topics covered include:

  • policies for environmental and economic resiliency
  • anticipating signals and factors of global change
  • integrating cross-sector capabilities
  • timing and tailored deployment of policy implementation solutions

 

Held from April 17 to April 19, EcoVision 2007 is a bi-partisan, international initiative aimed at creating a Global Environmental Information Infrastructure.  Credible, timely information is crucial to addressing such diverse topics as advancements in energy efficiency and improved air quality, water conservation and sustainability, waste reduction, the supply chain, green finance, patents and emerging technologies, wildlife habitat and more.

In addition to covering topics on global environmental issues, EcoVision conference panels will call for the creation of a national commission to make recommendations about the development of the Global Environmental Information Infrastructure.

For more information and to register, please vist www.eco-vision.us.