Carter Roberts is President and CEO of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) in the United States, a position he has held for the past twelve years. He coordinates WWF’s global efforts to conserve ecosystems and confront climate change. Carter has focused especially on partnering with corporations around the world to engage with new environmental standards, as well as on continuing WWF’s multifaceted efforts to integrate science, fieldwork, and policy. Roberts graduated from Princeton University and Harvard Business School. Prior to joining WWF in 2004, he spent fifteen years at The Nature Conservancy, coordinating their international programs.