How can subnational governments leverage the coming "3 Revolutions" in shared, electric, and automated transportation to meet climate goals? Transportation technologies are evolving rapidly, and the course of their evolution will determine whether GHG emissions dramatically increase or drop as a result. Which outcome we see in the future depends on our policy decisions in the present. The driving question of this session will be: What policies will steer the 3 Revolutions toward climate goals?
This event will empower states, regions, and cities with policy tools needed to harness these revolutions to reduce climate emission. This session will be immediately followed by an evening reception. By registering for the session, you are automatically registered to attend the reception.
555 Market Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
September 11, 2018
Program: 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Reception: 5:15 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Please register in advance.
Food and beverages will be provided for all session attendees. There is a $15 registration fee per session, although financial support is available for students and others without event budgets. For more information on financial support and event logistics, please contact Natalie Ruiz at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Panel 1: What Do We Know (and What Do We Need to Know) about EVs, AVs, and Shared Mobility?
- Matthew Goetz, Electric Vehicle Program Manager, Georgetown Climate Center
- Lewis Fulton, Co-Director, Sustainable Transportation Energy Pathways, Institute of Transportation Studies at UC Davis
- Ethan Elkind, Director, Climate Program, Center for Law, Energy & the Environment, UC Berkeley & UCLA Schools of Law
- Moderator: Dan Sperling, Author, Three Revolutions: Steering Automated, Shared, and Electric Vehicles to a Better Future; Founding Director, Institute of Transportation Studies at UC Davis
Panel 2: New Business Models to Improve Mobility Choices
- Nima Rahimi, Associate Counsel, Chariot
- Jonathan Levy, Vice President, Strategic Initiatives, EVgo
- Lia Theodosiou-Pisanelli, Strategy and Business Development Director, Autonomous Vehicles, Lyft
- Scott Kubly, Chief Programs Officer, Lime (Former Director, Seattle Department of Transportation)
- Moderator: Andrew B. Fremier, Deputy Executive Director, Operations, Metropolitan Transportation Commission/Association of Bay Area Governments Panelists
Panel 3: Maximizing Climate Benefits of the 3 Revolutions
- Adam Gromis, Public Policy Manager, Sustainability & Environmental Impact, Uber
- Bert Kaufman, Head of Corporate and Regulatory Affairs, Zoox
- Andrei Greenawalt, VP, Public Policy, Via
- Moderator: Vicki Arroyo, Georgetown Climate Center