What do leatherback turtles, burning forests and Harrison Ford all have in common? They're the key components of some very successful marketing campaigns launched by Conservation International, a nonprofit organization missioned to protect the richest regions of plant and animal diversity in 34 international biodiversity hot spots, wilderness areas and marine ecosystems.
Art with a Capital F March 21, 2006: Vol. 2, Issue No. 22 IN THE NEWS Picasso's Daughter Says Drawing Is a Fake Maya Widmaier-Picasso, a daughter of Picasso who authenticates works attributed to him, said yesterday in Paris that a $40,000 drawing purchased by a California man through Costco last year was a fake. —Daphné Angelés and Carol Kino, The New York Times, March 18, 2006 We don't shop at Costco, but I know people who swear by it. My wife, Peggy, and I—with a tiny 16-foot-wide townhouse—cannot buy food in bulk, because we don't have the storage space, nor do