Climate change and its impact raises critical issues for the real estate sector in Los Angeles –requiring innovation and collaboration among the private and public sectors to strengthen this vital industry to build a resilient Los Angeles.
LMU’s Institute for Business Ethics and Sustainability and Center for Urban Resilience bring together industry and governmental leaders for an engaging dialogue about real estate and its needs and opportunities in the New LA.
"Trisector Innovation and the Power of Collaboration"
Jens Molback, Founder of Win-Win
"Urban Resilience and Los Angeles"
Eric Strauss, LMU President’s Professor of Biology and Executive Director of the LMU Center for Urban Resilience
"Public Sector Leadership and Stakeholder Engagement"
Gary Gero, Chief Sustainability Officer for the County of Los Angeles
Dominique Hargreaves, Deputy Chief Sustainability Officer for the City of Los Angeles
"Climate Action & Adaptation Planning in the City of Long Beach"
Alison Spindler-Ruiz, Planner & Budget Specialist for the City of Long Beach
Claire Bonham-Carter, Director of Sustainable Development for AECOM
"Drivers of Energy Efficiency and Sustainability in Commercial Real Estate"
Mark Macedo, Principal of Geneva Street Partners
Tony Liou, President of Partner Energy
Dayle M. Smith
Ph.D., Dean, LMU College of Business Administration
D. Min., Director, LMU Institute for Business Ethics and Sustainability
Eric Strauss, Ph.D.
LMU President's Professor of Biology and Executive Director, Center for Urban Resilience
Chief Sustainability Officer, County of Los Angeles
Deputy Chief Sustainability Officer, City of Los Angeles
Planner & Budget Specialist, City of Long Beach
Director of Sustainable Development, AECOM
Principal, Geneva Street Partners
President, Partner Energy
LMU Conrad N. Hilton Chair of Entrepreneurship and Director, Fred Kiesner Center for Entrepreneurship