3 edition of Leaders of American conservation found in the catalog.
Leaders of American conservation
Henry Edward Clepper
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Henry Clepper.|
|LC Classifications||S926.A2 C54|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 353 p.|
|Number of Pages||353|
|LC Control Number||75155206|
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Responsibility: edited by Richard H. Stroud ; sponsored by the Natural Resources Council of America. Book: National leaders of American conservation. 2 pp pp. Abstract: A collection of biographies biographies Subject Category: Publications see more details of a wide range of people (excluding politicians), sponsored by member organizations of the Natural Resources Council of America.
"Taylor has produced an extremely helpful book that defines and contextualizes important laws, concepts, social groups, and people who participated, or were alienated by, the rising American conservation movement." — Margaret DePond, Environmental History "An important addition to the historiography of the American conservation movement.
Dorceta E. Taylor, The Rise of the American Conservation Movement: Power, Privilege, and Environmental Protection (Duke University Press, ) pp. $ Dorceta E. Taylor introduces The Rise of the American Conservation Movement: Power, Privilege, and Environmental Protection as the second book in a series of three, although they were not published in that order.
Harvey Broome, revered for his conservation work in the Smoky Mountains, was president of The Wilderness Society for nine years. Broome worked closely with Executive Director Howard Zahniser to persuade Congress to create the National Wilderness Preservation System. That finally happened in when Congress passed the Wilderness Act.
In an introductory essay in The Home Book of the Picturesque, an important early work celebrating the American landscape through the work of eminent writers and artists, Elias Lyman Magoon argues for the importance of wild nature as a source of moral, spiritual and patriotic inspiration; this reflects the growing concern with nature as a spiritual resource, which becomes one of the definitive themes of.
Books & Periodicals We support the publication of many specialized books, postprints, and print resources to help care for collections, prepare for the unexpected, or engage in conservation. The Conservation President An avid hunter and advocate for the conserva-tion of game and wild lands, Theodore Roosevelt served as President from to and launched a conservation agenda unmatched by other leaders.
In all, Roosevelt set aside million acres during his presidency more than DFUHVIRUHDFKGD\KHZDVLQRI¿FH LQFOXG. Books shelved as conservative-leadership-series: The American Republic: Its Constitution, Tendencies, and Destiny by Orestes Augustus Brownson, New Views.
To many, he is the father of the North American model of conservation, so it is little surprise that many advocate organizations claim inspiration from the 26th President of the United States. of conservation received a good deal of conscious reflection George Perkins Marsh (, ) is generally credited with first articulating an American conservation philosophy in his prophetic book, Man and Nature or The Earth as Modified by Human Action.
For conservation leaders, understanding the link between leadership, organization structure, policy, goal setting, decision making, and achievement of results is important since previous analyses of ineffectiveness in species conservation programs identify shortfalls in all of these aspects (Clark et al.
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), the standard intellectual history Pinchot, Gifford (). "Conservation Policy". InTheodore Roosevelt, George Bird Grinnell and other prominent sportsmen of the day formed the first true North American conservation organization, the Boone and Crockett Club, with the purpose of addressing the looming conservation crises of the day.
Bogus is the author of a new biography, Buckley: William F. Buckley and the Rise of American Conservatism. He says that back in the s and '60s, there really was an. The Evolution of the Conservation Movement, documents the historical formation and cultural foundations of the movement to conserve and protect America's natural heritage, through books, pamphlets, government documents, manuscripts, prints, photographs, and motion picture footage drawn from the collections of the Library of Congress.
The collection consists of 62 books and pamphlets. Marjorie Stoneman Douglas's landmark book, The Everglades: River of Grass, culminates a twenty-year effort to educate the public and political leaders about the importance of this unique ecosystem.
The same year, Everglades National Park is established. Douglas continues her activism on behalf of the Everglades for the next fifty years.
The Evolution of the Conservation Movement collection covers the movement to preserve and protect America's wildlife, wild lands, and other natural resources from The collection complements key history content such as the Progressive era, the American frontier, eastern urbanization and population growth, and public policy.Wildlife Conservation Books Showing of 84 Elephant Dawn: The Inspirational Story of Thirteen Years Living with Elephants in the African Wilderness (Kindle Edition) by.
Sharon Pincott (Goodreads Author) (shelved 5 times as wildlife-conservation).In all, the 26th president set aside over million acres of land for conservation. Fittingly, more National Park Service units have been dedicated to him than any other American.
Roosevelt’s acts in the service of wilderness could—and have—filled many volumes, and no list of White House conservation champions could credibly include any.