Mapistry is pleased to announce that Time Magazine, “Hero of the Environment,” Michael Shellenberger will be delivering the keynote address at our Third Annual Pollution Prevention Summit on October 23rd at the David Brower Center in Berkeley, California. He’ll be discussing the ‘new vision of environmental protection’ and why innovation is an essential building block in corporate environmental programs. Michael is the Founder and President of Environmental Progress, a non profit advocacy group and he has worked for over 25 years in environmental and social advocacy. Most famously known as a prolific and influential pro-nuclear environmentalists, Michael has made a career researching and advocating innovative solutions and ideas to solve some of the worlds most challenging energy problems. Additionally, Michael advises policymakers from around the world on leading energy, security, and environmental topics in addition to contributing to Forbes, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and the Washington Post. His TED Talks How Fear of Nuclear Hurts the Environment, and Why I Changed My Mind About Nuclear Power have exploded with over four million views. He also appeared in Pandora’s Promise, an award winning documentary about environmentalists who have changed their mind about nuclear energy. “Mapistry is thrilled to have such an accomplished and thought-provoking environmental expert keynote this year. We want to inspire our attendees with fresh ideas and insights to help them break new barriers in their own environmental programs,” said Lauren Alexander, VP of Marketing and Demand Generation at Mapistry. Mapistry’s Pollution Prevention Summit is expected to bring together 200+ corporate environmental professionals from the world’s leading industrial and manufacturing companies including Georgia-Pacific, Procter & Gamble, Tesla, Apple, 3M, Republic Services, among others. Our sessions will be a mix of executive sessions and tactical workshops to help companies confront the changing landscape of industrial environmental compliance in the areas of stormwater, wastewater, SPCC, hazardous materials and air.