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Silicon Valley & Sustainability Alumni: Climate Real Talk: Impact, Opportunities, and Challenges of Personal Actions


Virtual |
June 27, 2023 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Climate change is already here! The devastating aftermath in coastal cities brought by intense rainstorms earlier this year served as a wake-up call for all Californians, and a stark reminder on why the fight against climate change is more important than ever. It’s up to us to rise up, and take personal responsibilities for our energy, transportation, and food consumptions that contribute to the reduction of carbon footprints in our global economy.

Join us for a panel of experts in discussion on the impact, opportunities, and challenges of personal actions. Everyone can choose a role that they can play and become a champion for sustainability and climate change. Let’s unify our efforts in making transformational changes to protect our mother Earth.

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5:30-5:40 pm: Program Introductions

5:40-6:15 pm: Speaker/Panel Presentations

6:15-6:55 pm: Panel Discussion & Audience Q&A

6:55-7:00 pm: Wrap up


Professor Andrew M. Isaacs: A Senior Lecturer and Director, New Management of Technology Programs at BerkeleyHaas. He is specialized in Innovation & Design, Entrepreneurship & Innovation and Sustainability, and wide recognized as leading expert on climate change and business innovation. Check here for more details.

Emily Chueh, Co-Founder of Okapi Reusable, women-owned business focusing on finding solutions to reduce wastes from single-use food-ware. Prior to working in the circular economy and plastic pollution, Emily spent ten years in the energy efficiency and building decarbonization sector, as a program manager and senior data analyst at CLEAResult, implementing residential and commercial programs for electric and gas utilities across the US. Check here for more details.