June 07-09, 2010 | Almas Temple Club | Washington, DC

Our Clients Can't Stop Talking About Infocast

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Supporting Organizations

Alliance to Save Energy
AltaTerra Research Network
Clean Water America Alliance
ee Global
Global Water Technologies
The Artemis Project
Water Industry Solutions
Water Innovations Alliance
Watermark Initiative

Media Partners

Global Water Intelligence

Global Market Leaders Share Their Plans,
Policies and Initiatives for Handling Today’s New
Water Risks and Opportunities

  • Hear how corporations like Archer Daniels Midland Company, Diversey, Inc., DuPont, GE, IBM, Intel Corporation, JP Morgan Chase & Co., MillerCoors, and The Coca Cola Company are managing their water exposure
  • Get the complete strategic context of corporate water risk: climate change, drought impacts, market and corporate valuation, new policies and regulation, infrastructure funding, water pricing and water rights
  • Hear 4 detailed case studies on how companies have made their water processes more efficient
  • Acquire emerging best practices and discover new technology options from peers across different industries


Government Keynotes

Earl Blumenauer,
US House of Representatives (OR-03)
Peter S. Silva,
Assistant Administrator for Water,
US Environmental Protection Agency
It is essential that corporations define water risk and get a handle on how to manage it. Infocast has organized Corporate Water Vision 2010 in order to provide decision-makers with an essential roadmap to the new landscape of water stress and creative adaptation. Chief Sustainability Officers, Heads of Environment, Health & Safety, and Risk Managers will convene to get the most concise briefings from visionaries, DC policy-makers, industry thought-leaders, and technologists on the new picture of water, risk management strategies, and ways to play a stronger role in water stewardship. This unique event will translate the complex, dynamically evolving big picture into practical, proactive insights, strategies and solutions. Participants will leave with a broader strategic context, unexpected insights from other industries, and an array of tools and strategies available to convert those challenges into new best practices.

Participating Corporate Majors:

American Water
Archer Daniels Midland Company
BNP Paribas
CH2M HILL International, Masdar Development (ADFEC)
Diversey, Inc.
GE Water & Process Technologies
Goldman, Sachs & Co.
Hatch Water

Intel Corporation
Jones Lang LaSalle
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Mars, Incorporated
MWH Americas
Nalco Company
The Coca Cola Company
Veolia Water
Weyerhaeuser Co.

Participating Organizations:

Boenning & Scattergood, Inc.
Bonneville Environmental Foundation (BEF)
Clean Water America Alliance
Environmental Defense Fund
Epuramat S.A.
Global Environmental Management Initiative (GEMI)
International Institute for Sustainable Development
International Private Water Association (IPWA)
McKinsey & Co. Inc.
National Association of Water Companies (NAWC)
O2 Environmental Inc.
Office of Congressman John Linder (GA-07)
Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority (PENNVEST)
The Artemis Project
The Cadmus Group, Inc.
The Nature Conservancy
US Department of the Interior
US Environmental Protection Agency
US House of Representatives (OR-03)
Water Environment Research Foundation (WERF)
Western Municipal Water District
WestWater Research LLC
World Resources Institute
XPV Capital Corporation