Federal Lands and Families Protection Act: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Public Lands, National Parks, and Forests of the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, United States Senate, One Hundred Second Congress, First Session, on S. 1156 ... August 1, 1991, 4. sējums

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35. lappuse - ... areas need not be managed 12 for the purpose of protecting their suitability for wilder13 ness designation prior to or during revision of the ini14 tial land management plans; 15 (4) in the event that revised land management 16 plans in the State of Montana are implemented pursu17 ant to section 6 of the Forest and Rangeland Renew18 able Resources Planning Act of 1974, as amended by 19 the National Forest Management Act of 1976, and 20 other applicable law, areas not recommended for wil21 derness...
266. lappuse - No public forest reservation shall be established, except to improve and protect the forest within the reservation, or for the purpose of securing favorable conditions of water flows, and to furnish a continuous supply of timber for the use and necessities of citizens of the United States...
144. lappuse - Chairman, thank you for the opportunity to testify today. I will be happy to answer any questions you or other Members of the Committee may have.
101. lappuse - ... disasters. They happen to occur in the environment. But they are urgent because they directly threaten man. A sane environmentalism, the only kind of environmentalism that will win universal public support, begins by unashamedly declaring that nature is here to serve man. A sane environmentalism is entirely anthropocentric: it enjoins man to preserve nature, but on the grounds of self-preservation. A sane environmentalism does not sentimentalize the earth. It does not ask people to sacrifice...
94. lappuse - ... [The prepared statement of Senator Gorton follows:] PREPARED STATEMENT OF HON. SLADE GORTON, US SENATOR FROM WASHINGTON...
199. lappuse - The days have ended when the forest may be viewed only as trees and trees viewed only as timber. The soil and the water, the grasses and the shrubs, the fish and the wildlife, and the beauty that is the forest must become integral parts of resource managers' thinking and actions.'7 The NFMA restricted clear-cutting but did not prohibit it.
86. lappuse - Act is structured so that the basic decision to list a species as either threatened or endangered is to be based only on scientific information." That was in the original Act as we passed it. If that was not specific enough, in 1982 we added the word "solely" and I am quoting from the booklet again, "The addition of the word 'solely...
88. lappuse - Army, the Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisors, the Administrator of the Environmental protection Agency, the Secretary of the Interior...
193. lappuse - The harsh reality is that the competitive environment within the forest products industry has changed dramatically and permanently since 1980. Forest products companies both big and small must learn to play by a new set of rules if they are to survive.
211. lappuse - To bypass the environmental laws, either briefly or permanently, would not fend off the changes transforming the timber industry. The argument that the mightiest economy on earth cannot afford to preserve old growth forests for a short time, while it reaches an overdue decision on how to manage them, is not convincing today. It would be even less so a year or a century from now.

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