As human population increases, so does the demand for energy and resources. Technology is a key component to alleviate the impact of human activities on the ecosystem. New technologies and the way we mobilize human activities will also allow for development to occur in a more responsible manner.
On April 11, 2015 IdeasXChange opened the event by welcoming special guest, Daryl Oster, CEO of ET3 Global Alliance, an open consortium of licensees dedicated to global implementation of Evacuated Tube Transport (ETT) and an insightful panel to discuss the future of green technologies and the green economy.
CEO, ET3 Global Alliance
Minister of Environment, Cabinet of BC
Professor, UBC Forestry