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From Walden to Wall Street: Frontiers of Conservation Finance

Edited by James N. Levitt, YC '76, Yale SOM '80
(Island Press, 2005)

James N. Levitt, Director of The Program on Conservation Innovation at the Harvard Forest and research fellow at the Ash Institute for Democratic Governance and Innovation at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, has edited a second pathbreaking book on conservation with contributions from more than a dozen leading practitioners in the field. As Henry M. Paulson, Chairman and CEO, Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. and Chairman of the Board of Governors, The Nature Conservancy observes: "From Walden to Wall Street makes clear that a system of market-based conservation finance is vital to the future of environmental conservation."

Jonathan Gorham '86 Creates “Buzz” for Restoration of Mystic Seaport’s Charles W. Morgan, the Last Surviving Wooden Whaling Ship in the World
(Mystic Seaport, 2005)

The Charles W. Morgan, the last surviving wooden whaling ship in the world that serves as the symbol of Mystic Seaport, is about to undergo a $3.5 million three-year restoration that will bring the 164-year-old ship back to its full glory. To help draw attention to this extensive project, Mystic Seaport turned to Jonathan Gorham '86 to design and produce an interactive educational CD ROM entitled The Charles W. Morgan: Voyages of the Past, Present & Future.

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