Biennial of the Americas: Reinventing Communities and How We Live

Biennial of the Americas: Reinventing Communities and How We Live

Speaking Engagement
The 19th and 20th centuries saw industrial and technological revolutions that dramatically improved the way we live. These revolutions have broken down barriers to infrastructure advancements and access to information. The challenge of the 21st century is to leverage these gains and maximize human potential for everyone while dealing with an expanding population that is limited by the natural environment. This symposium, “Reinventing Communities and How We Live,” will feature innovators who are reinventing how we create more affordable, reliable, and efficient systems that produce happier and healthier societies.

WilmerHale Partner Ken Salazar is a featured panelist at this symposium which will take place at the Biennial of the Americas, an international festival of ideas, art, and culture hosted in Denver, Colorado, that provides a nonpartisan platform for leaders in business, government, civil society, and the arts to examine the significant issues impacting life in the Americas.

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