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Conservation of the Environment

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Conservation of the Environment GEOG 178

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Class notes Sept. 12-14
Conservation of Environment
Professor Cyril Wilson
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Date Created: 09/16/16
Geography 178 Lecture Notes Sept 12-14 Conservation of the Environment  Environment- the conditions that surround an organism or group of organisms  Biophysical vs cultural environments (natural vs man made)  Conservation- making sure usage of resources doesn’t deplete the supply (using resources wisely, prolonging life of materials)  Environmentalism- ideological framework for protecting the natural world, sustainability/sustainable development  Ecological economics- relationship between humans and the natural world  Conservation of the environment- study of how humans affect the biophysical and cultural environments, and the methods of solving these problems at various scales  Closely related to environmental science  Pragmatic resource conservation- established by Theodore Roosevelt and Gifford Pinchot, before 1870s- no laws to protect environment, save the forest/protect the land so the people can use it, establishment of national parks and forests  Biocentric preservation of nature- moral and aesthetic conservation, environment has the right to exist regardless of its usefulness to humans, John Muir- founder of The Sierra Club, humans have the responsibility to take care of the environment, Aldo Leopold- idea of land ethics  Modern environmentalism- after WWII- industrial growth led to new concerns about the environment (air pollution and toxic chemicals), Rachel Carson/David Brower/Barry Commoner, agenda expanded in 60s and 70s, 80s led to environmental health and sustainable development, Green Belt Movement  Global Environmental Citizenship- reorient the visualization from local and regional to a global focus, highlights fragile nature of earth  Sustainable Development- development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the future generations’ ability to meet their own needs  Benefits must be available to all humans (not exclusively to certain privileged groups)  Environmental ethics- explores the range of views on nature and natural resources  Can be nature-centered, human-centered, or a combination of both  Environmental justice- fair and equal treatment of people with respect to environmental policies and practices, regardless of socioeconomic status, race, or ethnicity  Not isolated to the United States  Examines how use of natural resources benefits some and burdens others  Addresses collective obligations to future generations


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