The discussion will cover the possibilities for a vibrant future amidst the changing environment.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. —Dennis Wierzbicki, president of Grundfos USA, will participate in a panel focused on advancing sustainability and addressing climate change Sept. 27 at the Henry W. Bloch Executive Hall of Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Kansas City, Mo.
“As a global leader in advanced pump solutions and a trendsetter in water technology, Grundfos is committed to developing products that address the world’s water and energy challenges,” Wierzbicki said. “We believe that industry is part of the solution to a healthier environment.”
Sponsored by BNIM and The Henry W. Bloch School of Management in affiliation with BASE KC and American Sustainable Business Council, the discussion will cover the possibilities for a vibrant future amidst the changing environment.
High on Grundfos’ corporate agenda is an active commitment to improving the environment. The company contributes to global sustainability by creating technologies that improve quality of life for people and care for the planet.
“At Grundfos, we believe that business and sustainability can go hand in hand,” Wierzbicki said. “Successful companies need healthy societies and healthy societies need successful companies.”
Other panelists include James Russell, architecture columnist for Bloomberg News; Cindy Circo, KCMO City Council & Mayor Pro Tem; Michael Collins, Port Authority; Shane Spencer, Green REIT; Judi Cooper, Iowa Utilities Board; Sara Greenwood, Greenwood Consulting Group; John McDonald, Ripple Glass; Jacqueline Smith, Green Dirt Farm; Dr. Stephen Green, KCMO School District superintendent; Amy Hargroves, Sprint; and Bryan McGannon, ASBC.