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These married tech billionaires donated $165 million to preserve a pristine stretch of California’s coastline

Jack and Laura Dangermond

  • Jack and Laura Dangermond, tech billionaires known as the parents of the digital mapping industry, have made the single largest private donation to The Nature Conservancy to date.
  • They’ve given $165 million so the Conservancy can purchase an iconic, pristine stretch of undeveloped coastline in California.
  • This is the spot where California bends inland. It can be seen from space.
  • Not all tech billionaires have been known to act with such generosity when it comes to California’s ecological wonders.

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Source : BusinessInsider.Com





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