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Appendix H: Roundtable on Science and Technology for Sustainability
Pages 165-168

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... , business, nongovernmental organizations, and international institutions. Third, the Roundtable will focus on activities where scientific knowledge and technology can help to advance practices that contribute directly to sustainability goals, in addition to identifying priorities for research and development (R&D)
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... Major activities currently are being planned to examine the effectiveness of public-private partnerships for sustainability, certification of sustainable goods and services, urban environmental sustainability, sustainable energy, food security, and to discuss federal research and development activities to address selected high priority challenges to sustainability. For Additional Information For more information about the Roundtable, please contact Marina Moses, Director of the National Academies' Roundtable on Science and Technology for Sustainability, at or 202-334-2143.
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... Vice President for Sustainability Dean, School of Earth Sciences The Dow Chemical Company Goldman Professor of Environmental Geoffrey Heal Studies Garrett Professor of Public Policy and Stanford University Business Responsibility J Todd Mitchell Graduate School of Business Chairman Columbia University Board of Directors Catherine (Katie)
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... Babcock Professor of Food, Nutrition and Public Policy, Officer Nutritional Sciences Kathleen McAllister, Research Professor, Applied Economics and Associate Management Emi Kameyama, Program Assistant Cornell University Christopher Portier Associate Director National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) Harold Schmitz Chief Science Officer Mars Inc.

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