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" ... lot of different, independent, and often antagonistic questions, each on its own separate little island, as we had been in the habit of thinking. In place of them, here was one single question with many parts. Seen in this new light, all these separate... "
Public Works Appropriations for 1956: Hearings Before the Subcommittee of ... - 517. lappuse
autors: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations - 1955 - 559 lapas
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Policies, Programs, and Activities of the Department of the Interior ...

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs - 1967
...many parts. Seen in this new light, all these separate questions fitted into and made up the one great central problem of the use of the earth for the good of man." Today this flash of insight has assumed a name — the ecological approach — and the idea has filtered...
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"Clear-cutting" Practices on National Timberlands: Hearings, Ninety-second ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. Subcommittee on Public Lands - 1971 - 1247 lapas
...many parts. Seen in this new light, all these separate questions fitted into and made up the one great central problem of the use of the earth for the good of man." In his book, "The Quiet Crisis," Stewart L. Udall has said that probably no one will ever define "conservation"...
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Legislative History: Saline Water Conversion Act, 7-9. sējumi

C. Richard Boehlert - 1971
...many parts. Seen in this new light, all these separate questions fitted into and made up the one great central problem of the use of the earth for the good of man." Today this flash of Insight has assumed a name — the ecological approach — and the idea has filtered...
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Dreamers & Defenders: American Conservationists

1988 - 295 lapas
...many parts. Seen in this new light, all these separate questions fitted into and made up the one great central problem of the use of the earth for the good of man.12 THE CONSERVATION MOVEMENT From Pinchot's perspective, forestry was integrally tied to the irrigation...
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Toward Unity among Environmentalists

Bryan G. Norton - 1994 - 304 lapas
...many parts. Seen in this new light, all these separate questions fitted into and made up the one great central problem of the use of the earth for the good of man."27 Pinchot recognized that others before him had seen the importance of particular threats to...
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Handbook for Environmental Risk Decision Making: Values, Perceptions, and Ethics

C. Richard Cothern - 2019 - 432 lapas
...Overton Price and Gifford Pinchot: "Conservation [was coined to reflect how stewardship would deal with the] central problem of the use of the earth for the good of man."15 The Sierra Club: [As stated in its constitution and bylaws] "to explore, enjoy and protect...
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First Along the River: A Brief History of the U.S. Environmental Movement

Benjamin Kline - 2000 - 184 lapas
...many parts. Seen in this new light, all these separate questions fitted into and made up the one great central problem of the use of the earth for the good of man. To me it was a good deal like coming out of a dark tunnel. I had been seeing one spot of light ahead....
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Reinventing Eden: The Fate of Nature in Western Culture

Carolyn Merchant - 2004 - 308 lapas
...light of an entirely new landscape: "All these separate questions fitted into and made up the one great central problem of the use of the earth for the good of man."41 A major motif in the progressive conservation campaign was to decry the destructive nineteenth-century...
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TVA's Public Planning: The Vision, the Reality

Walter L. Creese - 2003 - 388 lapas
...many parts. Seen in this new light, all these separate questions fitted into and made up the one great central problem of the use of the earth for the good of man.34 Putting it all together, however vaguely or mystically, was to be an aim of the TVA, too. In...
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A Fierce Green Fire: The American Environmental Movement

Philip Shabecoff - 2003 - 343 lapas
..."Seen in this new light," he wrote, "all these separate questions fitted into and made up the one great central problem of the use of the earth for the good of man."-i0 Former Interior Secretary Stewart L. Udall, in his book The Quiet Crisis, described Pinchot's...
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