Travel has a significant impact on our natural and built environment. In the U.S. about one third of greenhouse gas emissions are from the transportation sector. Additionally, our society continues to be confronted with question of how best to create convenient, affordable, and safe travel while maintaining the livability and attractiveness of our communities.
This panel discussion will identify how transportation impacts our environment and more thoroughly look into the operations of four American universities to discover their transportation challenges. It will explore how these universities implement best-practice planning principles to facilitate efficient transportation while maintaining an attractive campus ecosystem within each of their unique communities.
- Charlie Tennyson, Director of Transportation and Parking Services, Princeton University
- John Nolan, Managing Director of Transportation and The Campus Services Center, Harvard University
- Brian Shaw, Executive Director, Stanford Transportation, Stanford University
- Daniel Allalemdjian, Director of Transportation Demand Management, Columbia University
- Jessica Prata, Assistant Vice President, Office of Environmental Stewardship, Columbia University
This event is part of Climate Week NYC. The Climate Group has selected the Columbia Climate School as its university partner for this year’s Climate Week NYC. Running from September 19 - 25, Climate Week NYC convenes key climate leaders to accelerate climate action and is the biggest global climate event of its kind. Check out all of the Columbia Climate School’s Climate Week events and content on our website: https://www.climate.columbia.edu/climate-week