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Company Overview of The Nature Conservancy
The Nature Conservancy operates as a conservation organization in the United States and internationally. It protects ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people. The company also engages in protecting habitats from grasslands to coral reefs, and from Australia to Alaska to Zambia. In addition, it addresses threats to conservation involving climate change, fire, fresh water, forests, invasive species, and marine ecosystems. The Nature Conservancy was formerly known as Ecologist's Union and changed its name to The Nature Conservancy in 1950. The company was founded in 1946 and is based in Arlington, Virginia.
4245 North Fairfax Drive
Arlington, VA 22203-1606
Founded in 1946
Key Executives for The Nature Conservancy
Chief Executive Officer, President and Director
Chief Financial and Administrative Officer
Chief Conservation Strategy Officer of Conservation Programs and Regional Managing Director of North America
Chief Conservation Officer
Chief External Affairs Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
The Nature Conservancy Key Developments
The Nature Conservancy Selects Rosemary Mann to Serve as the Organization's Director of Development in Florida
Jan 28 15
The Nature Conservancy has selected Rosemary Mann to serve as the organization's director of development in Florida. Mann will lead a team of fundraisers to secure support for the Conservancy's work across the state. Before joining the Conservancy, Mann served as assistant dean of advancement at University of Miami, where she managed fundraising, communications, marketing and events for the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science and the Abess Center for Ecosystem Science and Policy.
Dow Chemical Company Appoints Neil Hawkins as Corporate Vice President and Chief Sustainability Officer, Effective October 1, 2014
Sep 22 14
The Dow Chemical Company has appointed Neil Hawkins as corporate vice president and chief sustainability officer, effective October 1, 2014. In this global role, Hawkins has global responsibility for the Company's Environment, Health and Safety and Sustainability strategy and initiatives. In conjunction with Dow's executive leadership team, Hawkins will provide oversight for the Company's sustainability performance, including progress against the 2015
Sustainability Goals, and will ensure Dow continues to set the standard for sustainability. He also chairs the company's Sustainability External Advisory Council, which has been in continuous service to the company since 1992. In his 26-year tenure at Dow, Hawkins has been the architect of many breakthrough collaborations that advance sustainable development, including: Dow's collaboration with The Nature Conservancy to value ecosystem services; Dow's work with UN Environment Program and China's Ministry of Environmental Protection to improve chemical safety and emergency preparedness; and the University of Michigan Dow Sustainability Fellows Program. Since Hawkins joined Dow in 1988, he has held a wide range of leadership positions across EH&S, Public
Affairs/Government Affairs, Operations and Manufacturing, and R&D.
The Nature Conservancy and CH2M HILL Team Up in an Effort to Integrate Natural and Conventional Infrastructure
Sep 16 14
CH2M HILL and The Nature Conservancy announced a new five-year collaboration to bring innovative and integrated engineering and environmental solutions into the global marketplace. The new collaboration between the Conservancy and CH2M HILL will focus on three key areas: Reducing community risks associated with climate change and extreme weather; Securing freshwater through stronger source-protection; Increasing urban conservation. This collaboration has evolved from a number of previous engagements between the Conservancy and CH2M HILL in the Gulf of Mexico, one of the most notable being a project to build oyster reefs and other natural habitats to protect aging oil and gas pipelines, while providing coastal ecosystem benefits. The organizations will share their expertise and resources to pursue new joint efforts on the ground in key regions, and evaluate, test and publish new scientific findings and associated business cases for integrating natural infrastructure with conventional infrastructure, which are expected to show the way toward new design and building practices. The collaboration will initially focus on four key US geographies: the West coast; the Mid-Atlantic seaboard most impacted by Hurricane Sandy; the Upper Mississippi River and the Gulf of Mexico -- with the goal of learning together, and continuing to promote the viability of natural infrastructure solutions to some of great sustainability challenges.
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