Leading green design specialists discuss greening megacities across Asia at Scaling Up: From Green Buildings to Green Cities in the US and China.
The US and China are rapidly becoming the global centers for green design promotion, development, and investment, and many other Asian countries are beginning to follow suit.
Ross Levy is a Board Member of the Vietnam Green Building Council.
Jacinta McCann is the LEED AP. Senior Vice President EDAW AECOM.
Sean Randolph is President & CEO of the Bay Area Council Economic Institute, a public-private partnership of business, labor, government and higher education that works to foster a
competitive economy in California and the San Francisco Bay Area, including San Francisco, Oakland and Silicon Valley. The Economic Institute produces authoritative analyses on
economic policy issues affecting the region and the state, including infrastructure, globalization, energy, science, and governance, and mobilizes California and Bay Area leaders around targeted policy initiatives.
Tadakatsu Sano is a Partner at the firm Jones Day. He also is the Former Vice-Minister of the Ministry of International Trade, Japan.
Chote Sophonpanich is Chairman of Green Spot Co. Ltd. in Thailand.
Mr. Simon Tay teaches international and public law at the National University of Singapore.
Between 2002-2007, he was the Chairman of the National Environment Agency. In fall 2003, he was a visiting professor at the Harvard Law School and Fletcher School of International Law and Diplomacy.
He was selected for three terms as a Nominated Member of Parliament (1997-2001) and has led public consultations concerning Singapore on several panels.