environmentalist


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conservationist

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someone who works to protect the environment from destruction or pollution

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As numbers of national and international members increase, it will become the international Registration that sets Chartered Environmentalists apart from those who are unregistered.
president of the Houston-based Institute for Energy Research, one major reason environmentalists go after ExxonMobil is the company's history of funding free market groups such as the Competitive Enterprise Institute and the Heartland Institute (and Bradley's own organization).
But capping carbon dioxide emissions from power plants was a good start for environmentalists and would set an important precedent for imposing mandatory restrictions.
Environmentalists who had embraced Lula's eco-friendly campaign platform had expected a much more green conscious president.
It is this, corporate shift, environmentalists say, that offers the most promise for moving the green economy from niche player to business as usual.
And environmentalists have realized that upholding basic civil and political rights is one of the best ways of protecting the environment;
Environmentalists claim trade harms the environment and further impoverishes people in the developing world.
Even though environmentalists quietly conceded the whale would probably be the creature least affected by the development, they spun a global "Save the Whale" campaign around stopping the project.
This prophecy of impending malaria epidemics caused by the policies of environmentalists echoes Ray's first book, Trashing the Planet:
Candaele, 50, was leading Mark Gonzaga, 43, of West Hollywood, a teacher, producer and environmentalist who was making his third run for the board.
Faced with the issue on the campaign trail, the visionary environmentalist looked like a deer in the headlights.
Filled with scores of charts and graphs, backed by some 2,900 endnotes and 70 pages of references, The Skeptical Environmentalist looks at a host of global environmental issues, including population growth, pollution, deforestation, and climate change.
There does not appear to be a strong generational element to identifying as an environmentalist -- 46% of 18- to 29-year-olds describe themselves that way, compared with between 39% and 43% of older age groups.
It's made up of 23 professional bodies like the Institution of Engineering Designers, all of which are licensed to assess and register their members as Chartered Environmentalist (or CEnv).
Registration sets the Chartered Environmentalist apart from others working in their sector.
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