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" The central thing for which conservation stands is to make this country the best possible place to live in, both for us and for our descendants. It stands against the waste of... "
The Fight for Conservation - Page 79
by Gifford Pinchot - 1910 - 150 pages
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New Outlook, Volume 107

Alfred Emanuel Smith, Francis Walton - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1914
...knowledge of the subject. Mr. Gifford Pinchot once defined Conservation in The Outlook by saying : "It stands against the waste of the natural resources...perpetuation of the resources which can be renewed, like the food-producing soils and the forests : and, most of all, it stands for an equal opportunity...
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Selected Articles on the Conservation of Natural Resources

Clara Elizabeth Fanning - Debates and debating - 1913 - 153 pages
...November 18 are well worth answering, and I am glad to reply: 1. What does conservation stand for? The central thing for which conservation stands is to...perpetuation of the resources which can be renewed, like the food-producing soils and the forests; and, most of all, it stands for an equal opportunity...
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Selected Articles on the Conservation of Natural Resources

Clara Elizabeth Fanning - Debates and debating - 1913 - 153 pages
...to reply: 1. What does conservation stand for? The central thing for which conservation stands is tq make this country the best possible place to live...perpetuation of the resources which can be renewed, like the food-producing soils and the forests; and, most of all, it stands for an equal opportunity...
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Environmentalism for a New Millennium : The Challenge of Coevolution: The ...

Leslie Paul Thiele Professor of Political Science University of Florida - History - 1999 - 336 pages
...1891 Forest Reserve Act. Outlining his philosophy of democratic utilitarianism, Pinchot wrote: "The central thing for which Conservation stands is to...for our descendants. It stands against the waste of natural resources which cannot be renewed, such as coal and iron; it stands for the perpetuation of...
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Gifford Pinchot and the Making of Modern Environmentalism

Char Miller - Biography & Autobiography - 2001 - 458 pages
...them well into the future. The "central thing for which Conservation stands," Pinchot argued in i9i0, "is to make this country the best possible place to live in, both for us and our descendants."" Although he knew the term's many foreign and domestic antecedents, if only because...
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A Fierce Green Fire: The American Environmental Movement

Philip Shabecoff - History - 2003 - 343 pages
...simmering in the national consciousness. In his 1910 book The Fight for Consereation. Pinchot stated: The central thing for which Conservation stands is to...place to live in. both for us and for our descendants. . . . Conservation is the most democratic movement this country has known for a generation. It holds...
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The Developing World and the Environment: Making the Case for Effective ...

Rajendra Ramlogan - History - 2004 - 273 pages
...conservation, as articulated by Pinchot, are summarized in a quotation from his work, "Conservation". The central thing for which conservation stands is to...the best possible place to live in, both for us and our descendants. It stands against the waste of natural resources which cannot be renewed ... it stands...
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