Will Sarni knows water. In 2014 he wrote that the water crises fit the definition of a wicked problem requiring wickedly smart solutions. Increasingly, solutions center on the smart use of data.
On November 9 Cornerstone’s Sebastian Vanderzeil teams up with Will Sarni to explore these questions:
- How has the “waterscape” changed over the past ten years?
- How should investors think about the myriad of opportunities and issues surrounding water, from utilities to software, water rights to water infrastructure development?
- How will data shape the future of water resource management?
- What can investors do to address the challenge of meeting our water resource needs?
Thursday, November 9, 10 a.m. EDT. Register here
Will Sarni has been providing consulting services to private and public-sector enterprises for his entire career, with a focus on developing and implementing corporate-wide sustainability and water strategies. He has worked with companies across a range of industry sectors in evaluating the technical viability and market potential of innovative water technologies, market entry strategies and supporting M&A programs.
Sebastian Vanderzeil is Director, Global Thematic Research Analyst with Cornerstone Capital Group. Previously, Sebastian was an economic consultant with global technical services group AECOM. He also worked with the Queensland State Government on water and climate issues prior to establishing Australia’s first government-owned carbon broker, Ecofund Queensland.