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Enterprise Carbon Accounting Event Highlights Sustainability Case Studies From Applied Materials, Autodesk, HP, Intuit, Sony and Symantec

Submitted by: Greentech Media

Categories: Events, Sustainability

Posted: May 06, 2009 – 09:00 AM EST

 

Conference Also Includes Update on Walmart's Efforts Toward a Standard for Product-Level Carbon Accounting and Cap-and-Trade Regulation

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - May 6, 2009 - Greentech Media and Groom Energy announce new speakers and topics to be covered at their jointly produced symposium, Enterprise Carbon Accounting, May 14, 2009 in San Francisco, Calif. Executives from leading technology and manufacturing companies will share their insights on greenhouse gas regulation, cap-and-trade, and carbon management, while also describing how their corporations are managing carbon emissions reductions and regulatory compliance.
The Enterprise Carbon Accounting event brings together dozens of top-level speakers from major corporations and policy organizations to share their experiences with enterprise carbon accounting and the ongoing development of greenhouse gas regulation.

Select speakers include:

  • Mark Small, Vice President Corporate EHS, Sony Electronics
  • Bruce Kaftler, Senior Director of EHS, Applied Materials
  • Ellen Jackowski, Corporate Environmental Sustainability, Hewlett Packard
  • Rupesh Shah, Director, Corporate Sustainability, Intuit
  • Pankaj Bhathia, Director of GHG Protocol, WRI
  • Jim Sullivan, fomer EPA Climate Leaders Director, VP Clear Standards
  • Emma Stewart, Senior Program Lead, Sustainability, Autodesk
  • Kelly Shea, Global Sustainable Program Manager, Symantec
  • Elise Zoli, Partner and Chair of Energy Group, Goodwin Procter
  • Abe Yokell, Venture Capital Partner, Rockport Ventures
  • Will Coleman, Partner, Mohr Davidow Ventures
  • Sami Muneer, Senior Director, Sustainability Marketing, SAP
During this crucial time of environmental policy change and economic uncertainty, it is critical that each company has the necessary understanding of upcoming regulations and carbon accounting solutions to more effectively lower costs with sound sustainability practices. This one-day session will include presentations and panel discussions on greenhouse gas regulation, investment opportunities in the carbon accounting market, carbon accounting standards, and current and emerging carbon accounting solutions from vendors such as CA, CSRware, salesforce.com, SAS, and Zerofootprint.

For more information about the event and to register, visit: http://www.greentechmedia.com/events/live/enterprise-carbon-accounting/.

About Greentech Media

Greentech Media is an integrated online media company designed to deliver the highest-quality content in the industry, whether it is research, news or critical networking events. Greentech Media is headquartered in Cambridge, Mass., with operations in New York City, San Francisco and Munich. For more information, visit www.greentechmedia.com.

About Groom Energy

Groom Energy Solutions provides renewable and energy efficienct solutions to companies across the U.S. The company designs, engineers and installs energy technology projects helping reduce costs while positively affecting the environment. These projects include control systems, daylight harvesting, HVAC, lighting and power factor correction and renewable energy solutions such as architectural wind, solar electric and solar thermal systems. In addition, Groom Energy provides climate impact consulting, demand response program participation, energy commodity purchasing, maintenance programs and financing services. Groom Energy's customers include: Budweiser, EMC Corporation, General Electric, Ocean Spray and Thermo Fisher Scientific among others. For more information please visit www.groomenergy.com.

For more information, please contact:

Clare Ondrey Greentech Media, Inc.
Phone: 718-384-5190

 

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