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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos named the head of a top environmental think tank as the CEO of his $10 billion Earth Fund.

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said on instagram “We’re excited to announce that Dr. Andrew Steer has agreed to lead the Bezos Earth Fund as President and CEO. Andrew has decades of experience in environmental and climate science as well as economic and social policy in the U.S., Europe, Asia, and Africa.

Most recently, he has been President and CEO of World Resources Institute, where he leads over 1,400 experts working to alleviate poverty while protecting the natural world. Lauren and I are thrilled to have Andrew aboard and very energized about what lies ahead for the Fund and our partners.

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The Earth Fund, launched last February, is designed to combat the effects of climate change by issuing grants to scientists, activists and other organizations in their efforts to “preserve and protect the natural world.”

Last November, Bezos announced the first recipients of the Earth Fund, with groups receiving $791 million worth of grants. Among the recipients were the Nature Conservancy, Natural Resources Defense Council, the World Wildlife Fund and the World Resources Institute.

 

 

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