Find out how the Bay Area’s busiest international airport serves ~53 Million passengers, employs 36,000 workers, contributes over $1B in regional economic impact AND will be carbon neutral, zero waste-to-landfill, and use net zero energy by 2021. Erin Cooke’s career has focused on assessing how climate risks affect varied businesses, nonprofits and the publics they serve, and building pathways to cut carbon and achieve resilient outcomes. As San Francisco International Airport's (SFO) first Sustainability Director, Erin oversees sustainability and net zero investments in capital projects, and develops and implements the Airport's Strategic, Sustainability and Climate Action Plans. Erin previously served the City of Cupertino as its Assistant to the City Manager & Sustainability Manager. Erin is a LEED AP and earned a Master of Public Administration in Environmental Science and Policy from Columbia University and holds a Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.