environmental conservation

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environmental conservation

noun mainteeance of the environment, maintenance of the habitat, preservation of the environs, protection of the environment
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Loo's account of Miner's early family life, his Christian-inflected environmental ethics, his famous waterfowl sanctuary near Kingsville, Ontario (established in 1904), and his somewhat brutal approach to predatory birds is one of the most engaging biographical portraits of a major figure in the North American conservation movement that I have ever read.
His son, Sir Peter Scott, was to become a pivotal figure in the conservation movement, founding the World Wildlife Fund and Slimbridge.
He uses Carver's life story to explore aspects of Southern environmental history and to place Carver in the early conservation movement.
On Sunday, Broad Meadow Brook Conservation Center and Wildlife Sanctuary, 414 Massasoit Road, Worcester, is offering a guided nature walk focusing on some of the trailblazing women in the conservation movement.
EAGAN, Minnesota, August 18, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Leading zoos and aquariums - from Copenhagen to Calgary - announce their participation in a global conservation movement.
According to forest historian Henry Clepper, the work they began in 1875 was a turning point in history that "inaugurated the conservation movement.
From there, he chronicles the birth of the conservation movement and humans' shifting relationship with whales.
Based on interviews and in-depth research, this book will be fascinating reading for anyone with an interest in the evolution and business practices of the conservation movement.
Chapter seven examines the difficulty the contemporary conservation movement has had in grappling with its own Nazi past.
The exhibition explains why the Great Auk became extinct - and howit inspired the fledgling conservation movement in Victorian times.
EARTH VOICE SUPPORTER, long-standing member of ACE and tireless lobbyist for the conservation movement, Queenslander Jani Haenke is a remarkable woman.
Few biographies for kids survey Gifford Pinchot and his role as the father of the conservation movement in this country, which makes Midnight Forests: A Story Of Gifford Pinchot And Our National Forests all the more important.

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