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Sparking a Resource Revolution: Yale Alumni Shaping the Future of Energy, Transportation, Food and Water

May 13–14, 2015

You are invited to join an interactive session to foster dialogue amongst Yale Alumni on the resource challenges and opportunities that have the potential to transform a sustainable global economy. Matt Rogers '89, Yale SOM alum and author of "The Resource Revolution" will frame the conversation by providing some context and insight from his book. Matt's presentation will prompt questions and engagement that we will dig into during smaller group discussions. Stuart DeCew '11 from the Yale Center for Business and the Environment will build on Matt's comments to address how this work is being adapted and used in global online education and alumni engagement on sustainability at Yale. Participants will then be invited to join a small group discussions facilitated by Yale Alumni working in specific topic areas (energy, water, food, transportation, etc). Note: Please bring a photo ID to check in for this event. When: May 13, 6:30-8:30pm Where: McKinsey & Co., 555 California Street, San Francisco, CA Cost: $10 per person (includes appetizers and beverages) Register: http://event-reg.som.yale.edu/signup/rogers-energy About Matt Rogers '89, Director, McKinsey & Company Matt has spent 25 years serving energy clients globally and currently focuses on the roles technology and innovation play in restructuring markets in the energy and industrial sectors. He leads the Americas Petroleum and Electric Power and Natural Gas Practices and helped establish the firm's Resource Productivity and Clean Technology Practice. He has written extensively on the oil, gas, power, and resource markets and served as senior advisor to the US Secretary of Energy in 2009–10. In that role, he was responsible for managing the Department of Energy's Recovery Act appropriations, which funded more than 5,000 innovation projects in energy efficiency, advanced transportation, renewable energy, transmission and distribution infrastructure, carbon capture and sequestration, environmental clean-up, and basic and applied science. Matt's most recent client work involves helping energy clients around the world improve front-line productivity, reduce operational risk, and develop projects to take advantage of rapid energy technology advances, from unconventional oil and gas to batteries and solar.

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    555 California Street San Francisco, California