May 2018, Vo. 245, No. 5


A Conversation with Conservation Fund CEO Larry Selzer

By Pipeline & Gas Journal The Conservation Fund’s CEO Larry Selzer grew up in New England on the shore of Long Island Sound, where the ocean was his playground. As a result, Selzer wanted to be a marine biologist from the time he was very young. After graduating from Wesleyan University, he joined the staff at Manomet, a nonprofit biology research center in southeastern Massachusetts. When he started work there, President Reagan had just proposed opening the outer continental shelf off the eastern United States to oil and gas exploration. Selzer spent the next seven years documenting the population dynamics of whales, dolphins, seabirds and sea turtles from t

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