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Momentum 2012: Chief Scientist M. Sanjayan of The Nature Conservancy and CBS News

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Published on Aug 21, 2012

What will it take to create a truly sustainable relationship with our environment? M. Sanjayan, lead conservation biologist for The Nature Conservancy and a contributor to CBS News, explores how people and nature can thrive together if we reboot the environmental movement by engaging three often-ignored constituencies -- the business community, the world's two billion poorest people and today's youth.

An internationally renowned biodiversity champion, Sanjayan frequently speaks at widely recognized venues, including the World Forum on Sustainable Development, International Women's Forum and TED Global 2010.

His talk - "Awakening the Environmental Movement" - was part of the Momentum 2012 series presented by the University of Minnesota's Institute on the Environment.

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