Preservationist


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Preservationist

A person or professional who aspires to, agrees with, and takes action to preserve the natural and built environment.
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The general verdict appears to be that the preservationists won that round.
Possibly equally intriguing is the bald fact that preservationists see history almost everywhere, with a callow disregard of people's rights.
After the revolution, preservationists, excursionists, and others sought to further their goals and began to work (or as she writes, "collaborate" [p.
"It's essential for ourselves as Bahamians to appreciate our history and culture and work to keep them alive," observes historian and pioneering preservationist Dr.
Bradford lamented what he suggested were limitations in the view of Brussat and other preservationists.
Preservationist policies to mark territories reserved for the Xavante (and other indigenous groups throughout Brazil) provoked stiff opposition from local elites who lusted after land for agricultural and cattle production.
The program was conceived as a response to market share threats posed by preservationist groups and competing products.
The preservationist approach in Africa was best defined by Bernhard Grzimek, the late president of the Frankfurt Zoological Society and one of the instigators of the Serengeti protected area in Tanzania.
The brothers are expanding the company from its historic preservationist roots to include updated prints, wovens and coordinated wall papers, trimmings, carpets and furniture.
The preservationist group scored a major victory against the diocese Nov.
"'Years ago a famous remark about Nantucket's day-tripper tourists was attributed to the billionaire property owner and preservationist Walter Beinecke.
Jane Goodall, the world renowned wildlife preservationist; were inspired to achieve our personal and collective best by Olympic Champion Dr.