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WEBINAR RECORDING: Circling the Drain – Water Scarcity’s Imminent Risk to Global Business

Recorded live on Thursday August 13, 2015 at 11:00 am PT / 2:00 pm ET

As the world population and global economy continues to expand, many corporations are taking large-scale resource depletion into consideration, and adapting their business plans to mitigate resource risks. While many of these scarcity strategies extend far into the future, one resource is becoming an immediate cause for concern for companies with potential supply risks in as little as one year: water.

Water is often perceived as the most abundant resource on the planet; as many are already realizing, this is not the case. Identified by the World Economic Forum as one of the top three global risks to business, over half of the largest global companies recognize that they are open to water-related risks, and many believe water scarcity could hinder business growth in the short term.

Join moderator Tad Radzinski (Sustainable Solutions Corporation) and panelists Kim Marotta (MillerCoors) and David Travers (U.S. EPA) live on Thursday, August 13 to learn the risks water scarcity is posing to businesses; how organizations are addressing water dependency in their operations and throughout the supply chain; and how some forward-thinking organizations are leveraging this global problem to foster innovation and create value.


Tad Radzinski is the co-founder and President of Sustainable Solutions Corporation. Tad has provided hundreds of organizations the insight and tools needed to utilize sustainability to support successful business strategies. With over 30 years of practical experience, he has been a trusted advisor for Fortune 500 companies across a wide range of industries. Tad has conducted Life Cycle Assessments and developed Environmental Product Declarations for numerous companies across a wide range of industries. He has assisted clients with the development and integration of sustainable product innovation programs and has been instrumental in assisting clients with developing more sustainable products and Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) programs, and has experience with the Health Product Declaration Pilot Program. Tad has also certified close to 30 buildings to the LEED rating systems, including New Construction, Commercial Interiors, Core and Shell, LEED for Homes, and LEED for Existing Buildings Standards.

Tad is a Sustainability Industry expert, educator, and speaker. He serves as an Adjunct Professor at Villanova University teaching graduate classes in Principles of Sustainable Development, Sustainable Manufacturing, and Advanced Life Cycle Assessment and Introduction to Sustainable Product Design, and Sustainable Buildings and Operations.


David Travers serves as the Director of the Water Security Division at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.  David's work focuses on providing practical, innovative tools and training which enhance the preparedness and resilience of drinking water and wastewater systems to all hazards, including: natural disasters, climate change, extreme weather events, and terrorism.  Prior to his current position, David worked in EPA’s Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program developing assessments of the 20-year capital investments needs for the nation’s community water systems.  David has a PhD in environmental engineering and a master of public health degree from the University of Michigan, and a BA in history from the University of Chicago.

Kim Marotta is the Director of Sustainability for MillerCoors.  In her role, Ms. Marotta is responsible for implementing sustainable development and alcohol responsibility strategy and initiatives for the company. She also works closely with both parent organizations, SABMiller and Molson Coors, to drive performance in these key areas.  Within MillerCoors environmental sustainability platform, Ms. Marotta works cross-functionally and with company leadership to track progress against several key areas including: reducing the company’s energy and carbon footprint, driving packaging sustainability, moving towards zero waste operations and conserving water in brewery operations and communities.  As part of MillerCoors alcohol responsibility initiatives, Ms. Marotta directs implementation of programs and strategy across the key categories of: prevent drunk-driving prevention, reducing underage access to alcohol and ensuring marketing self-regulation. 

Ms. Marotta serves on the board of directors for The Nature Conservancy-Wisconsin, and previously served on several boards, including The Sustainability Consortium, Milwaukee World Festivals and Alcohol Beverage Medical Research Foundation (ABMRF).



August 13, 2015 11:00 AM
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