Engineers for a Sustainable World 2004 National Conference

Starting Date: 09-30-2004
Starting Time: 8:00am
Ending Date: 10-02-2004

Stanford University
Stanford, California
United States
Engineers for a Sustainable World (ESW) National Conference
SOLUTIONS FOR A SHRINKING PLANET: Sustainable Engineering and Enterprise
for Human Development
Stanford University
Sep 30 - Oct 2, 2004
Registration and Info:

Register before July 31, 2004 and receive a discount!

Stanford University proudly invites you to join us for the 2004
ESW National Conference. Engineers for a Sustainable World aims to
mobilize engineers to address the challenges of global poverty and
sustainability. In this 2nd annual conference, participants will have
opportunities to:

* learn from world leaders about the intersection of engineering, enterprise, and sustainable development.
* network with other socially and environmentally aware engineers, scientists, entrepreneurs, and non-profit professionals
* build inspiration and motivation to facilitate activism in their home organizations and communities.

Sessions themes include: water and health, information and communication technology for development, the built environment, energy in a resource scarce world, business at the base of the pyramid, and engineering
and business education.

A few highlighted keynotes include:
- William McDonough, "Hero for the planet", Time Magazine 1999
- Patricia Galloway, President of the American Society of Civil Engineers
- Barbara Waugh, Co-Founder of Hewlett Packard's World eInclusion
- Jeffrey Sachs, Special Advisor to UN Secretary General on the
Millennium Development Goals

Over 400 attendees are expected from throughout the U.S. and
abroad, amongst them: professional engineers, faculty, students,
business leaders, nonprofit groups, and government agencies.
Please join us for this exciting conference!

Engineers for a Sustainable World
Geographical Scope: National

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