Geospatial Strategies for Sustainable and Resilient Water

The value of natural capital has never been more critical for economic development, business growth and social well-being. Water, forests and ecosystems are under stress and management of these resources now require real time monitoring and rapid decision making. Current and emerging earth observation technologies offer a suite of solutions for the public sector, utilities, private sector and civil society. 

Current and emerging earth observation technologies offer a suite of solutions for the public sector, utilities, private sector and civil society to help deal with the preservation and management of natural capital.

Geospatial technologies and businesses have emerged as powerful tools in better understanding the worlds natural capital and developing strategies to ensure suitable and resilient resources to fuel economic development, business growth, social well being and ecosystem health. Through current and emerging technologies and businesses the public and private sectors can now measure real time water quality and quantity, ecosystem health and predict extreme weather events such as flooding. These tools and businesses are contributing to building more resilient smart cities, supply chains, restoring biodiversity and ensuring access to water for economic and social use.


 

A MUST-ATTEND EVENT SERIES FOR:

  • Environmental Scientists

  • USGS Employees

  • Federal/state/municipal personnel/contractors

  • Oil & Gas Industry

  • Bureau of Land Management Personnel

  • Rare Earths Industry

  • Geospatial Information Officers

  • Asset Managers

  • Public Works

  • Parks & Rec

  • DOT

  • State and City, CIOs, CTOs/IT Directors

  • Mapping Technology Decision Makers

  • Smart City & Infrastructure Innovation Leaders

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Will Sarni

Program Moderator/Water Innovator

Will is an internationally recognized thought leader on water strategy and innovation. He has been a sustainability and water strategy advisor to multinationals, water technology companies, investors and non-governmental organizations for his entire career. Will works with multinationals on corporate water strategies, water technology innovation and water market entry strategies. His work with water technology companies is as a strategy advisor and investor. 

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