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A Conversation with Guillermo Castilleja, Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation

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Wednesday November 18, 2015, 4:00 p.m. — 5:00 p.m.
Burke Auditorium, Kroon Hall

Join us for a conversation with Guillermo Castilleja (’83 MF, ’85 MP, ’91 PhD), Chief Program Officer, Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation as he presents the Moore Foundation’s new market-based conservation initiatives. 

Guillermo Castilleja leads and oversees strategy for the Foundation’s Environmental Conservation Program, which seeks to protect critical ecosystems and balance long-term conservation with sustainable use. The program includes an interlinked trio of market-based approaches to conservation (the Conservation and Financial Markets Initiative, Forests and Agricultural Markets Initiative, and Oceans and Seafood Markets Initiative) as well as the Andes-Amazon, Marine Conservation and Wild Salmon Ecosystems initiatives.
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This event is part of the GE Colloquium in Sustainability Leadership, a program of the Yale Center for Business and Environment, and supported by the GE Foundation, that brings business professionals and thought leaders to campus to help students understand the challenges of achieving sustainability, and to provide them with necessary skills to prepare for careers in this emerging sector.