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Published on Nov 6, 2013
Mark Tercek believes in capital. For the first part of his career at Goldman Sachs, that meant capital for financial investments. Today, as CEO of The Nature Conservancy, he puts the emphasis on "natural capital" as a vocal champion of valuing nature for its own sake and for what it provides humans: clean air and water, productive soils, and stable clients.
Tercek spoke about his unique career path and how he leads his organization's work in marrying two unlikely bedfellows—environmentalism and capitalism—in a talk at Berkeley-Haas. The event was co-hosted by the Dean's Speaker Series, Center for Responsible Business, and the Berkeley Energy & Resources Collaborative.