The transportation sector is the largest contributor to greenhouse gas emissions, according to the US Environmental Protection Agency. As the climate emergency becomes increasingly urgent, leaders from across sectors are reimagining transportation by investing in clean mobility.
Automakers, energy companies, municipalities, and more are racing towards net zero carbon emissions by investing in electric, shared, and active modes of transport. What is driving these organizations to make such aggressive strategy changes? What is their return on investment? Are these strategies financially sustainable?
Join us to learn more from BP, City of Ann Arbor, DTE Energy, and Toyota on how organizations are reimagining mobility investments to ensure a healthy climate for future generations.
Additional Supporting Materials
- Awareness about how diverse organizations (oil/gas, utility, automaker, and municipality) are investing in mobility to achieve carbon neutrality.
- Tools to overcome friction against investing in sustainability. Specifically, tips to frame the financial imperative, redefine KPIs, and rethink ROI.
- Call to action from each speaker to implement sustainable initiatives in organizations and/or personal lives.
- Melissa Stults, Sustainability and Innovations Manager, City of Ann Arbor
- Sophia Nadur, Partner, BP Ventures
- Ken Laberteaux, Senior Principal Research Scientist, Toyota Research Institute - North America
- Sean Gouda, Manager, Transportation Electrification, DTE Energy
Komal Doshi, Director Of Mobility Programs, Ann Arbor SPARK
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