Monday, November 7, 2011

8:00-8:30: Registration (Lobby)

8:30-8:40: Opening Comments/Welcome (Auditorium)
David Brown, The Collaborative, Administrator

8:40-8:50: Summit Introduction (Auditorium)
Hal Zenick, EPA, Director, National Health and Environmental Effects Research Laboratory

8:50-9:20: “National and Global Drivers for the Measuring, Reporting and Innovating for Sustainability” (Auditorium)
Jay Golden, Duke Center for Sustainability and Commerce, Director, and Duke University, Nicholas School of the Environment and Pratt School of Engineering, Associate Professor of the Practice for Sustainable Systems Analysis

9:25-9:55: “A Proposed New Approach to Using Risk and Cost Information to Make Sustainable Choices” (Auditorium)
Adam Finkel, Penn Program on Regulation, Senior Fellow and Executive Director, and UMDNJ School of Public Health, Professor of Environmental and Occupational Health

10:00-10:30: “Built Environment and Public Health: A Syndemic Perspective” (Auditorium)
Michael McGeehin, RTI International, Senior Environmental Epidemiologist, and Coordinator Climate Change and Human Health

10:30-10:45: Work Group Session Overview (Auditorium)
Marci DuPraw, SRA International, Senior Facilitator & Mediator

10:45-11:00: Break

11:00-12:30: Working group sessions (attendees will be assigned to specific groups)

Group 1: Sustainable Products (Congressional Room)
Chair: Jennifer McNew, NC Division of Public Health

Facilitator: Tony Ingle, SRA International, Senior Human Capital Consultant

“The Past, Present, and Future of Sustainable Product Claims”
Scot Case, UL Environment, Marketing Development, Director

“Using Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) to Understand the Environmental Profile of Biotechnology in Manufacturing”
Arlan Peters, Novozymes North America, Sustainability Manager

“The TEC Algorithm: A Process for Developing Sustainable Business Models”
Paul Mugge, Center for Innovation Management Studies, College of Management, NC State University, Executive Director

Group 2: Systems Approach (Presidents Room Upstairs)
Chair: Mina Shehee, NC Division of Public Health

Facilitator: Marci DuPraw, SRA International, Senior Facilitator & Mediator

“Setting the Stage – Systems Approaches to Incorporating Public Health into Sustainable Solutions”
Bill Michaud, SRA International, Environmental and Energy Services, Principal

“Industry Perspectives on Sustainability Metrics”
Martin Mascianica, BASF Corporation, Crop Protection, VP of Business Services

“Can You Use a Systems Approach if the System is Broken?”
Jonathan Hurwitch, SRA International, Energy Programs, VP

Group 3: The Built Environment and Public Health (Board of Directors Room Upstairs)
Chair: Lisa Riegel, NC Department of the Environment and Natural Resources

Facilitator: Diane Craver, Spring Forward Group, Owner

“Connecting the Outdoor Built Environment with Health Evidence and Policy Needs”
Daniel Rodriguez, UNC-Chapel Hill, Department of City and Regional Planning, Associate Professor

“Leadership For Better Living: Health and The Land Use/Transportation Connection”
Paul Morris, NC Department of Transportation, Deputy Secretary for Transit

“An Overview of the Potential Impacts of Artificial Lighting on Public Health”
Lynn Davis, RTI International, Engineering Research, Director

12:30-1:30: Lunch (Congressional Room/Upper Galleria)

1:30-3:45: Working group sessions (assigned rooms)

3:45-4:00: Break

4:00-5:00: Progress reports by working groups and General Discussion (Auditorium)

5:00-5:30: Reception (Lobby)

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

8:00-8:30: Continental Breakfast and Gathering (Lobby)

8:30-9:00: “A Federal Government Perspective of a Systems Approach to Sustainability – Executive Order 13514” (Auditorium)
Lek Kadeli, U.S Environmental Protection Agency, Deputy Assistant Administrator ORD

9:00-11:00: Working group sessions (assigned rooms)

11:00-11:15: Break

11:15-12:00: Progress reports by working groups and General Discussion (Auditorium)

12:00-1:00: Lunch – breakout groups are encouraged to sit together (Congressional Room/Upper Galleria)

1:00-3:15: Working group sessions (assigned rooms)

3:15-3:30: Break

3:30-4:45: Progress reports by working groups and General Discussion (Auditorium)

4:45-5:00: Closing Remarks (Auditorium)

Summit Supporters

Environmental Protection Agency

SRA International

RTI International

National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences

Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University

North Carolina State University

UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health

Research Triangle Foundation of North Carolina

BASF Corporation

North Carolina Biotechnology Center

BBH Design

The Hamner Institutes for Health Sciences

Fleishman Hillard International Communications

VisionPoint Marketing