Dialogues on the Environment
Since joining The Nature Conservancy, and over the course of writing Nature’s Fortune: How Business and Society Thrive by Investing in Nature, I’ve been fortunate to benefit from the perspectives and advice of many leaders of the environmental community. To continue the conversation on the ideas in Nature’s Fortune, I spoke with leading conservationists, CEOs, scientists, academics and activists about the environmental movement—what’s working well, what we could do better, and what they see as the biggest challenges and opportunities ahead.
In this ongoing series, I talk with thought leaders about ideas and trends in the environmental movement.
founder of Northern Rangelands Trust and executive director of the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy
co-founder of the Pacific Institute, MacArthur Fellow and elected member of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences
author and sustainability adviser to Prince Charles, co-founder of the Robertsbridge Group and the former director of Friends of the Earth
founder of Earth Genome, former president of the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation and former CEO of The Nature Conservancy
former president of the Rockefeller Foundation and seventh president of the University of Pennsylvania