Jill Cooper to Participate on Water Infrastructure Panel at Columbia University's Water Event Series
Jill Cooper (Colorado) will participate on a water panel entitled "One Trillion Dollars for America's Water Infrastructure: How & What For?" at Columbia University starting at 9:00 a.m. on May 23, 2019.
Jill is a Senior Principal based in Colorado with more than 26 years of experience focused on environmental compliance, sustainability, pollution prevention practices, and management systems development for clients in government, academia, mining, oil, natural gas, food, agriculture, and manufacturing industries.
The America's Water Event Series brings leaders together to facilitate multidisciplinary collaboration and coordination. The program aims to address America's major water challenges and opportunities including climate risks, emerging technologies, urban water infrastructure, financial and legal instruments, and the food/energy/water nexus. This year, the program brings together leaders from the private sector to gain outlooks and perspectives from financial institutions on how best to deploy capital for solving the water crisis. This event is sponsored by Sciens Capital Management and Nestle Waters.
Panel I – Water & Energy Transition
The energy transition, unfolding decarbonization, and rise of electric vehicles will require new solutions to ensure sustainable development is achieved without sacrificing local water resources. The panel will explore how companies are leveraging new technologies and processes to increase efficiency and lower freshwater usage in mining and the oil & gas sectors as part of the energy transition.
- Moderated by Christina Copeland, Senior Manager, Water Security, CDP
- Dustin Brownlow, Co-Founder & CEO, Antelope Water Management
- Jill Cooper, Senior Principal, Geosyntec Consultants
Learn more about Jill: https://www.geosyntec.com/people/jill-cooper