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Decarbonizing
Transportation Infrastructure

A Climate Board Roundtable


March 30, 2022, 10:30 - 12:30 pm EDT

REMOTE ~ ATTENDANCE BY INVITATION 

 

The Event

Leaders across transportation infrastructure face new pressure to show serious commitment to climate action, decarbonization, and sustainability. Savvy leaders must identify opportunities amidst threats and distractions, prioritize and pace sustainability efforts, and engage reluctant stakeholders in change. There's no reason to do it alone.

 

The Climate Board, in partnership with Transurban, a leading road developer and operator, is convening an invitation-only executive roundtable of transportation infrastructure leaders to navigate these complex choices. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss issues of shared concern with executive-level peers and partners including toll road owners and operators, designers, contractors, suppliers, investors, and government leaders.

March 30, 2022
10:30 am EDT
Convening Peers & Partners

This two-hour session will give participants the chance to hear both challenges and successes from stakeholders across the transportation infrastructure industry. Guided by light facilitation from The Climate Board and its experts, participants will enjoy opportunities for networking, collaborative discussion, and best practice sharing. Discussion themes may include:

  • Understanding and mythbusting market pressures for a decarbonized supply chain

  • Identifying the highest-leverage decision points affecting both sustainability AND profitability

  • Building momentum for multi-stakeholder action

 
 
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Our Transportation Infrastructure Practice

Climate change is spurring enormous changes that affect how we design, build, and operate infrastructure. Not only must we create a new generation of sustainable infrastructure, but we must also adapt existing structures to rising levels of natural hazards and deploy modifications that improve their carbon footprint.

 

This shift of infrastructure requirements requires innovative thinking and new forms of collaboration among all stakeholders. The Climate Board acts as your force multiplier by sifting through the reams of information and new approaches to net-zero, enabling you to make better decisions, faster.

The Climate Board builds membership communities in the Infrastructure sector, including owners, operators, designers, contractors, suppliers, investors, and government leaders