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Conservation Strategy Fund uses economics and strategic thinking to help conserve natural ecosystems around the globe. Our approach involves helping local conservationists use analytical tools to find smart, efficient solutions to the most urgent environmental... more.
Director of Government Affairs
Member, Office of Policy
Federal Affairs for Browning Ferris Industries
Masters of Public Administration
Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University
Joint Ocean Commission Initiative
Consultant Conservation Strategies, LLC
Northern Forest Alliance - Staff
Rich Innes - Political Consultant
Rich served for eight years as a senior staff member of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, and was responsible for developing legislative proposals and advising the late Senator John H. Chafee and others on a wide range of environmental issues including solid waste, oil pollution, habitat conservation, coastal protection and clean water. Rich directs Conservation Strategies, LLC, which assists the Northern Forest Alliance in making a compelling case to Congress and the Administration for strong support of the conservation goals of the NFA. In addition Conservation Strategies has represented the National Wildlife Federation, the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, the World Wildlife Fund, Environmental Defense, World Resources Institute, Restore America's Estuaries, the National Estuary Programs, the National Academy of Sciences, and the Institute of Environment at the University of Wyoming. Formerly Rich served in the Office of Policy at the Environmental Protection Agency. He earned a Masters of Public Administration at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, and is a returned Peace Corps Volunteer. Rich Innes 1101 14th St, NW Suite 420 Washington, DC 20005 PHO: 202.354.6457 FAX: 202.354.6441 firstname.lastname@example.org
Richard Innes has worked on numerous projects with the Meridian Institute beginning in 1997, and officially became a Senior Fellow in 2006. Mr. Innes has worked closely with fellow Meridian staff to design and implement high profile projects including: Mr. Innes helped facilitate senior level meetings with the major presidential campaigns on ocean issues, and has been involved in laying groundwork for the new Administration through meetings and follow up with the Obama transition teams. Facilitation and coordination of a major White House conference on Cooperative Conservation. Mr. Innes worked directly with Meridian Board Chair William D. Ruckelshaus to organize the final panel discussion, with CEOs from the Nature Conservancy, the National Wildlife Federation and other to summarize the conclusions of the conference. With Senior Meridian staff Mr. Innes has assisted efforts to convene and implement the Global Dialogue on Nanotechnology and the Poorin order to raise awareness about the implications of nanotechnology for the poor; catalyze actions that address specific opportunities and risks, especially those of significance to developing countries; and identify ways that science and technology can play an appropriate role. In particular Mr. Innes helped assure senior administration officials are aware of the potential for nanotechnology to aid poor populations, and of the critical role the US can play in such efforts. Meridian Institute designs and facilitates collaborative processes that help diverse parties identify critical issues, build relationships and trust, construct innovative solutions, and implement durable decisions. The collaborative processes address challenges at the local, state, national, and international levels, and involve leaders from government agencies, industry, nongovernmental organizations, and international institutions. Meridian also assists organizations in conducting strategy development and planning. In addition Mr. Innes is the principal and founder of Conservation Strategies, LLC, a Washington DC-based government affairs consulting firm specializing in the design and implementation of innovative, results-oriented strategies. With extensive experience in the area of the environment, natural resources, energy, tax policy and appropriations, CS works with public and not-for-profit clients to chart a course through the often perplexing world of Washington. CS is founded on a strong belief that a shared stewardship of our environment and natural resources is the responsibility of citizens from all sectors. CS assists clients in developing tailored, collaborative approaches that improve decisions, and build support among key constituencies. Mr. Innes served for eight years as a senior staff member of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works. Mr. Innes was responsible for developing legislative proposals and advising Senators on a wide range of environmental issues including solid waste, oil pollution, habitat conservation, coastal protection and clean air and water. Subsequently Mr. Innes worked at Browning Ferris Industries as Director of Government Affairs, coordinating directly with BFI Chairman and CEO and former EPA Administrator Bill Ruckelshaus on a number of projects designed to create a more effective, efficient and fair system of environmental protection. Formerly Mr. Innes served in the Office of Policy at the Environmental Protection Agency where he was awarded the bronze medal for commendable service. He earned a Masters of Public Administration at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, and is a returned Peace Corps Volunteer.
ANEP: Legislation - Archives
,Finally, Carrie Jelsma has joined Rich Innes of Conservation Strategies, LLC to assist ANEP.NEP Directors Nancy McKay, Dick Eckenrod and Richard Ribb, along with Rich Innes who assists ANEP in Washington DC, recently met with the senior staff to the appropriations committee in both the House and Senate to provide an update on NEP programs.
2theadvocate.com | News | Speakers: Fix system to set water projects
"We have to move beyond WRDA," said Rich Innes, consultant with Conservation Strategies.