Zac Goldsmith was elected as Conservative MP for Richmond Park on May 6th 2010 with a majority of 4,091.
Born 20 January 1975, Zac Goldsmith was raised and educated in Britain.
After leaving school, Zac worked in the US for two years with a number of environmental organisations. He joined the Ecologist magazine in 1997 and became editor.
In between his work with The Ecologist and the Conservative Party, Zac raises funds for groups around the world dealing with a broad range of environmental and conservation issues. He helped to establish a number of Environmental foundations that distribute funds to campaign organisations.
In 2003, Zac received the Beacon Prize for Philanthropy. In 2004 received Mikhail Gorbachev's Global Green Award for 'International Environmental Leadership'.
In 2005, Zac was invited to oversee the Conservative Party's Quality of Life Policy Group.
Zac was selected as the Conservative Parliamentary candidate for Richmond Park and North Kingston at an Open Primary In March 2007.
In September 2009, Zac's book, The Constant Economy, was released.
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