Event Start:
09 Nov 2021 12:00 PM
Event End:
09 Nov 2021 01:00 PM
9.00am Los Angeles | 12.00pm New York
Event Summary:

Webinar | Emerging Trends in the US Water Environment: Catalysts for Private Sector Involvement

Water tariffs have been outpacing inflation over the past 20 years. The gap is expected to widen as the growing population in the U.S. relies on aged infrastructure in the face of climate change which has reduced and impaired water supplies. Join us as we discuss how the private sector can play a greater role in creating sustainable and innovative water supplies to make the cost of water more affordable and mitigate cost spikes.

- Moderator: Saavan Gatfield, Senior Director, Fitch Ratings
- James Eklund, Founder & CEO, Eklund Hanlon, LLC
- Matt Hobby, Senior Risk Manager, US EPA WIFIA Program
- Victoria Taylor, President & Chief Executive Officer, Project Finance Advisory Ltd
- Marlea Tichy, Vice President of Business Development, Kiewit and 2nd VP, Secretary, Executive Committee, Water Design-Build Council

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