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environmentalist

1. an adherent of environmentalism
2. a person who is concerned with the maintenance of ecological balance and the conservation of the environment
3. a person concerned with issues that affect the environment, such as pollution
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In this series of three articles on modern environmentalism in Britain we have examined the environmentalist from the perspective of who they are, what values they hold, and how they view environmental action.
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