Edward O. Wilson, above, warns of a bleak future for wildlife, 2008.
"consider the weightiest problem now before the Nation; and the occasion for the meeting lies in the fact that the natural resources of our country are in danger of exhaustion if we permit the old wasteful methods of exploiting them longer to continue."
President Theodore Roosevelt's 1908 speech, "Conservation as a National Duty," Washington, D.C.
Creating guidelines for future actions to assure the protection of the Earth, its resources, wildlife, and human inhabitants.
“Each of us is big enough to produce our own cloud of carbon dioxide.”
“… hotter than it has been over the last 400 million years.”
Granta 83, (Fall, 2003), p. 8.
A diagram of a rain-shadow impact, an example of an ecological restraint on vegetation.
List some actions that you feel must be started in order for two things to happen:
# Action description targets outcomes