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environmentalist

a person with an interest and knowledge about the interaction of humans and animals with the environment.
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Environmentalism isn't only explosions and kung fu, however, which explains Hollywood cinema's disdain.
Instead, they're throwing their weight behind such soft quasi-issues as environmentalism, racism, globalism and social justice (whatever that is), opting for utopian dreams and using the Gospel, wrongly, to support their positions.
What concerns me, however, are the ways in which environmentalism is used to reinforce the current recessionary messages about self-sacrifice and deprivation in our daily lives.
He says, however, he has come forward to defend mainstream environmentalism because the radicals have "the potential to destroy the very foundations on which a new and ecologically sane economic order must be built.
He describes the area's other resources, such as agriculture, the patrimony of the cloud forest and how it is being "saved," the boundaries of environmentalism, the complex ways in which communities figure in reserves and efforts at sustainable development, the hidden financial and social costs of ecotourism, and the future of this movement at a crossroads.
Mandatory environmentalism is "effective, but expensive," Rivera says, and it often produces nothing but "greenwashing," where companies satisfy the letter of the law as quickly and as cheaply as they can rather than making a serous effort to innovate.
She said environmentalism is "fundamentally a spiritual issue.
The discussion of the future of environmentalism is very relevant to the Roosevelt Institution's mission of promoting progressive policy solutions," says student Ben Grant, director of Stanford's RI Committee on the Environment and Energy.
It's going to be an urban view of environmentalism.
At the same time, certification appears to be a more mature way for environmentalism and a free market system to shake hands, sit down, and share a dialogue.
Wallace spent years of harrowing travels in the tropic: Slotten provides coverage of these years, the process leading to his discoveries, then the remaining fifty years in which he diverged from Darwin on several fundamental concepts and pursed topics other scientists avoided, including spiritualism, environmentalism and concepts of life on Mars.
He has lived through such other fads as bio-feedback, small group dynamics, environmentalism, the New Age movement, and extreme feminism.

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