Sascha Müller-Kraenner

Senior Policy Advisor and European Representative The Nature Conservancy, Arlington, VA

Sascha Müller-Kraenner (Chair) is senior policy adviser and European

representative to The Nature Conservancy, a leading international

conservation organization with programs in 30 countries. He is a founder

and senior adviser to Ecologic - a non-profit Center for International and

European Environmental Policy in Berlin. Mr. Müller-Kraenner formerly

served as the Heinrich Böll Foundation's director for Europe and North

America, head of the Foundation's program on foreign and security

policy, and director of the Foundation's office in Washington, D.C. Prior

to joining the Boell Foundation, Mr. Müller-Kranner was director for

International Affairs of the Deutscher Naturschutzring, the umbrella

organization of Germany's environmental NGOs. Mr. Müller-Kraenner

serves on the Advisory Board of the Humboldt Institution on Transatlantic

Issues and is a member of the Working Group on Global Issues of the

German Council on Foreign Relations, the German Society for the United

Nations, Birdlife Germany, and the Indo-German Forum on International

Environmental Governance. He has received fellowships from the

German Marshall Fund of the United States, the Prince of Wales's

Business & the Environment Programme, and most recently the World

Fellows Program at Yale University. Mr. Müller-Kraenner has published

extensively on international relations, European integration and

environmental diplomacy, and the United Nation's climate change treaty.

His latest book on the issue of energy security, Energiesicherheit - Die

neue Vermessung der Welt, was published in March 2007.


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