Mark Tercek, CEO and President of The Nature Conservancy and Author of Nature’s Fortune to Speak at Scottsdale Venue
CEO of the world’s largest environmental group to discuss the value of nature in Scottsdale, AZ
SCOTTSDALE, AZ | May 13, 2013
Mark Tercek, President and CEO of The Nature Conservancy argues that protecting nature is not only the right thing to do—it is also the smart thing to do.
As the effects of environmental degradation grow more acute and stark by the day, NATURE'S FORTUNE offers a revolutionary guide to the new conservation—innovative, collaborative, financially sophisticated, and relevant from megacities to small towns, from trackless wilderness to the factory floor, from remote countryside to the corner office. Here in Arizona, the Conservancy is part of a collaborative forest restoration project which brings conservationists, government and the timber industry to the table. Plus a partnership with Coca-Cola is keeping more water in the Verde River which supports the Valley’s supply.
In this new book, Mr. Tercek demonstrates how investments in nature can produce big returns for businesses, governments, and society.
Come hear Mark Tercek in person.
Thursday, May 16 7-9 p.m.
The Nature Conservancy Gallery located at 7650 E. Main Street, Scottsdale, AZ
Mark Tercek is president and CEO of The Nature Conservancy, the global conservation organization known for its intense focus on collaboration and getting things done for the benefit of people and nature.
A former managing director for Goldman Sachs, where he spent 25 years, Mark brings deep business experience to his role leading the Conservancy, which he joined in 2008. He is a champion of the idea of natural capital—valuing nature for its own sake as well as for the services it provides for people, such as clean air and water, productive soils and a stable climate.
The Nature Conservancy is a leading conservation organization working around the world to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends. The Conservancy and its more than 1 million members have protected nearly 120 million acres worldwide. Visit The Nature Conservancy on the Web at www.nature.org