Roger Saillant, executive director of the Fowler Center for Sustainable Value, was the keynote speaker at the Cleveland Engineering Society’s Annual Industrial & Manufacturing Conference.
Saillant discussed the evolution of automotive painting and emissions standards and what they teach about a long-term sustainability commitment. He also spoke about the Great Wall of China and how a long-term view, with a keen eye on today’s balance sheet, leads to success.
Saillant is a recognized authority in renewable energy and sustainability and has served as a pioneer in fuel cells, energy policy and holistic management techniques. He teaches and speaks on sustainability issues, and recent speaking engagements have been at leading colleges and universities including the Sloan School at MIT, Fordham University and New York University.
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