Inaugural event for The Nature Conservancy's new London office

On April 10, the inaugural event for The Nature Conservancy's new London Office took place at the Serpentine Gallery, an art museum in Hyde Park. The event was attended by more than 200 guests from business, arts, politics, and the wider science and environment community. Mark Tercek, as well as board members David Blood, Jim Rogers and Board Chair Craig McCaw, as well as other TNC staff from all global regions did attend.

The new London Office will host the Europe Regional Program's new functions on private philanthropy and development, corporate engagement, impact investment, as well as some global functions, including the new Conservation Lands Lead Justin M. Adams and the Global Water program led by Giulio Boccaletti. The office will be headed by Executive Vice President Peter Wheeler.

Our Europe Regional Program, led by Regional Director Sascha Müller-Kraenner, has now grown to two offices, two separate legal entities, and a broad specter of programmatic activities - as outlined above - that go beyond the original focus on policy and public funding. Our European offices in Berlin and London are part of a broader strategy for TNC to become a truly global organization, with a presence in key wealth markets and decision making centers.