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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It remains to be seen how far the conservation movement can resist the suck and drag of money.
A large part of the sum will go to the "Rainforest Organizations and Advocates (ROAD) to 2020," an environmental conservation movement of Haribon Foundation that aims to restore one million hectares of Philippine rainforests using native tree species by year 2020.
It demonstrates that FCA policy is principally an outgrowth of a conservation movement geared towards support for recreational anglers and not those who fish for subsistence.
As presented by Keith Kloor in "The Battle for the Soul of Conservation Science" (Issues, Winter 2015), the characterization of a "fight" between "new conservation" and "traditional conservation" regarding "whether conservation should be for natures sake or equally for human benefit" is inappropriate, sensationalist, and largely based on a simplistic characterization of the history and values of the conservation movement.
''As the birthplace of the conservation movement, Walden Pond is an important natural landmark for the commonwealth and nation,'' Patrick said Monday.
Keith Aune, bison program director for the Wildlife Conservation Society, chair of the IUCN Bison Specialist Group, and American Bison Society spokesperson, referred to the treaty as a "historic moment that we hope will translate into a conservation movement among Great Plains Tribes."
"Volatility and frustration favor opposition candidates, but you don't really have a crisis to topple the government, either." Rousseff's main rivals are Marina Silva, a hero of the global conservation movement and ruling party defector now with the Brazilian Socialist Party, and Aecio Neves, a senator and former state governor from the centrist party that laid the groundwork for Brazil's economic boom last decade.
The Trust is a membership organisation, named after the founder of the modern conservation movement, Scots-American John Muir.
While fishing wasn't his passion, his work in conservation of fish and wildlife, had an "immense effect on the fishermen of his day" and "anglers owe him an enormous debt for his role in the progressive conservation movement," writes Schullery.
Entries with bibliographies range alphabetically from Edward Abbey, whose books influenced the conservation movement (which merits an entry) to Richard Wright, a leading practitioner of literary naturalism.
" This will be India's largest conservation movement to save the sparrows," Dikshit said.
Beginning his career as a taxidermist, Hornaday would become a father of the American wildlife conservation movement. He not only developed plans for the National Zoo in Washington, D.C., but also collected its initial specimens and cared for them on the National Mall.

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