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Will Sarni is a director with Deloitte Consulting LLP and leads enterprise water strategy for Deloitte's Sustainability Services.
Will Sarni is a director with Deloitte Consulting LLP and leads enterprise water strategy for Deloitte's Sustainability Services. He is an internationally recognized thought leader on sustainability and is the author of the recently published Corporate Water Strategies (Earthscan 2011) and the forthcoming book Water Tech – A Guide to Innovation and Business Opportunities (Earthscan 2012).
Will Sarni has been providing sustainability, environmental and hydrogeological consulting services to private- and public-sector enterprises for more than three decades, with a focus on developing and implementing corporate-wide sustainability strategies, as well as comprehensive climate and water programs. His unique approach fuses the practical with the creative in actualizing high-value sustainability programs and integrating diverse business and technical issues related to resource management.
He has worked for diverse clients including Fortune 500 companies, multinational corporations and non-governmental organizations (NGOs). He has managed complex projects throughout the United States, Europe and Asia, working with some of the world’s most recognizable companies.
An internationally recognized thought leader on sustainability and corporate water strategies, Sarni is a frequent speaker for corporations, conferences and universities, as well as a columnist on sustainability, climate and water for Harvard Business Publishing’s “Leading Green,” Venture magazine, Sustainable Life Media and Earth & Industry. He is the author of Greening Brownfields: Remediation Through Sustainable Development (McGraw Hill) and contributed to Environmental Regulation of Colorado Real Property (Bradford Publishing).
Sarni was a member of the Environmental Compliance Committee of the Chicago Climate Exchange and is active in the International Association of Hydrogeologists (IAH) and The Conference Board. He is on the board of directors for CORE (Connected Organizations for a Responsible Economy), was a sustainability adviser to the 2018/2022 US World Cup Bid Committee and is a judge for the CleanTech Open.