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Jack Dangermond awarded prestigious Audubon Medal

The National Audubon Society of the United States, at its annual gala dinner on Wednesday night, awarded the nation’s most prestigious environmental honours – the Audubon Medal for Environmental Leadership to Jack and Laura Dangermond, founders of Esri, recognising them for their outstanding achievements in the field of technology and conservation innovation, and support for research institutions, schools, and non-profit organisations.

Jack Dangermond awarded prestigious Audubon Medal

One of the highest honours in conservation in the United States, the Audubon Medal recognises outstanding achievement in the field of conservation and environmental protection. First awarded in 1947, recipients have since included Walt Disney, Rachel Carson, Ted Turner, Edward O. Wilson, former President Jimmy Carter, and the Rockefeller family.

Source: Medium