Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)

NRDC is a leading international NGO specialising in environmental management.

Using its scientific, legal and political expertise, the council campaigns for conservation of ecosystems and wildlife, and lobbies for safe technology transfer to developing nations.

Monday, 18 July 2011 17:09

Andrew and Kate Lipkis

Andrew and Kate Lipkis

Mr. Kipkis founded the "Treepeople" organization in Los Angeles in 1973. This community movement has planted more than one million smog-resistant trees and promotes tree planting by citizens' groups.

Monday, 18 July 2011 00:00

Sheku Bah. Kabba

Dr. Sheku Bah. Kabba

I am Dr. Sheku. B. Kabba, founder and CEO of Socio Economic Pathway for Africa, America & Diaspora (SEPAAD) the website is I have over 22 years of working experience in resource management, financial and fiscal resource allocation, business management training, strategic theories in finance, human capital management, and organizational growth strategy.

I graduated with a Doctorate in Business Administration DBA from Argosy University, Phoenix AZ, USA. – in 2015, with specialty in International Business, and hold a dual MBA in Human Resources - 2007 and Healthcare Management – 2006 from America Intercontinental University, Chicago IL USA. As a Business Development Director at Saint Barnabas Health Systems, I spent over 10yrs in planning, managing, training of staffs, forecasting and maintaining budget for new programs for each division and implementing major initiatives with Fortune 500 companies. I have extensively involved in training and directing high performance team in-line with all performance metrics and compliance regulations, conducted internal and external investigations to protect individual rights and provided performance improvement opportunities across the organization.

In retrospect, I am a scholar practitioner who is actively collaborating with cross-functional business partners, Identifying, developing, training and executing financial and strategic cooperation on business opportunities. During my career span, I have been supporting strategic organizational growth, whilst providing consultation and training for all levels of workforce on interim management services, finance, and operations management.

I have lived in 5 different countries (Canada, Singapore, Kenya, UK, and USA), worked in 6 other countries, and I am familiar with the varying cultures, work ethics, and nuances of the international market place. I have in depth knowledge of sourcing and program contract services as it relates to multiple industries, and have been responsible for large global engagements within geographically dispersed organizations. I possess multi-national management experience, and have personally developed and run 8 Program Management Offices in the past 8 years for various organizations, including all aspects of delivery such as operational, financial, strategic, commercial control, supply chain and vendor management.

I anticipate your prompt action in carrying out the above updates.

Monday, 18 July 2011 16:27

Catherine Hicks

Catherine Hicks

Ms. Hicks uses her status as a popular actress to raise funds for marine mammal conservation through public appearances and seminars, working closely with the cetacean society international.

She portrayed a marine biologist in the film "Star Trek VI: The Voyage Home".

Monday, 18 July 2011 16:18

Paul Harrison

Paul Harrison

The author of seven books on environment and development, including the bestselling Inside The Third World (1979), the Third World Tomorrow (1980) and Inside the Inner City (1983) about poverty in East London.

The Greening of Africa (Paladin Books 1986), has become an influential text on sustainable development and a practical handbook for the environment and development movements in Africa and elsewhere.

The Third Revolution, published 1993, is a synthesis and analysis of population/environment links.

In 1995-6 Paul Harrison was editor-in-chief of the Independent Commission on Population and Quality of Life, whose report was published as Caring for the Future (Oxford University Press, 1996).

He co-authored the AAAS Atlas of Population and Environment (University of California Press 2000).

Paul Harrison has edited flagship reports for the United Nations Population Fund (State of the World Population) and the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (including Livestock's Long Shadow on the environmental impact of livestock).

Between 2004 and 2008 he edited the United Nations Environment Programme Yearbook (formerly Geo Yearbook).

He is also President of the World Pantheist Movement, which he founded in 1999, and author of Elements of Pantheism (Element Books 1999 and Llumina Press 2004). Pantheism is a form of spirituality centered on Nature.

Monday, 18 July 2011 16:10

Murray Gell-Mann

Murray Gell-Mann

Mr. Gell-Mann was a 1969 Nobel Laureate for Physics and is Chairman of the World Resources and Environment Committee of the J. D. and C. T. MacArthur Foundation, Chicago, which has channelled over $100 million into work related to international conservation.

Monday, 18 July 2011 16:07

Theodore Geisel "Dr. Suess"

Theodore Geisel  "Dr. Suess"

Theodore Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss, was an American writer of more than 40 children's books.

His book, The Lorax, published in 1972, is an inspiring cartoon story on how over-exploitation leads to environmental degradation. The Lorax is popular among children worldwide and has been translated into several major languages.

Monday, 18 July 2011 15:44

Gerald Durrell

Gerald Durrell

Mr. Durrell has, for 30 years, been one of the world's leading conservationists. In his books and television films he has promoted conservation of wildlife globally.

The Jersey Wildlife Preservation Trust, which he founded, is noted for its exemplary work in captive breeding of endangered species and for its international training centre, whose aim is to give basic training so that students may advance the cause of endangered species work and conservation in their own countries.

Monday, 18 July 2011 15:28

Conservation International

Conservation International

(Joint Award. See Maria Teresa Ortiz)

Monday, 18 July 2011 15:25

Cetacean Society International

Cetacean Society International

The Cetacean Society International (CSI) is a small but influential NGO, which supports marine mammal conservation through its public awareness campaigns, education, and support for benign whale and dolphin research.

CSI has volunteer representatives in more than 20 countries and encourages non-lethal sustainable use of cetacean resources through such activities as whalewatching worldwide. It is active in the global plan of action for marine mammals.

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