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Generation Conservation engages, energizes and activates young leaders from various backgrounds and industries around Conservation International’s conservation efforts.

Members of Generation Conservation support CI's initiatives and help educate their peers on topics critical to the sustaining of healthy ecosystems that support human well-being.


The next generation of conservation leadership

Generation Conservation represents the next generation of conservation leadership. The membership is made up of passionate individuals in their 20s, 30s and 40s who are dedicated to "preserving adventure" and represent the best of their generation in business, law, finance, entertainment, nonprofits, public service and academia, among others.

Members are committed to playing an active role in shaping the global conservation agenda and educating those around them.


Member benefits and responsibilities

  • Act as CI ambassadors by engaging their peers on the topics of conservation and CI efforts.
  • Conduct member meetings with guest speakers on targeted CI topics.
  • Host potential new members at group events and other CI activities.
  • Attend and support CI dinners and other CI programming.
  • Work with CI staff and senior leaders on the development of ideas and significant relationships that will support CI's strategic initiatives.
  • Assist in introducing CI to new markets through member networks.
  • Travel to CI project sites, interact with local staff, and experience firsthand the efforts and outcomes of CI experts in the field.

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Newsletter

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EditNewsletter Message:Get the latest updates on our oceans—and the rest of CI’s conservation work—delivered to your inbox.
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EditText Title:Become a member or renew your membership
EditText Message:Your annual contribution includes access to exclusive Generation Conservation events and excursions in addition to a ticket to one CI fundraising dinner. Couples receive two tickets. To learn more about Generation Conservation in your community and to become a member, please contact Natasha Berman at nberman@conservation.org or 703-341-2706.
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EditDonate Message:Generation Conservation is dedicated to raising funds for CI's efforts to preserve nature both through membership dues and the generosity of friends, family and colleagues
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EditText Message:Generation Conservation is dedicated to raising funds for CI's efforts to preserve nature both through membership dues and the generosity of friends, family and colleagues.

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Expeditions and discovery

Generation Conservation members have the unique opportunity to visit CI field sites and experience the organization's work firsthand.

By traveling to exotic locations and directly engaging in these projects on the ground, members develop a deep connection to the natural world that CI seeks to protec​​t and better understand the challenges and opportunities surrounding CI's global initiatives.

Beyond their educational value, these excursions also offer members opportunities to visit remote locations in relative comfort that they might otherwise be unable to access. Finally, by participating in these trips and sharing stories of their adventures with peers, Generation Conservation members make a valuable contribution to CI’s long-term conservation goals. Past trips include:

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