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Perhaps the most revelatory sections are Eriksen’s book are those that trace the history that made consumer choice the center of gravity of American environmentalism.
Bullard and others in his field have hosted conferences on climate change and environmentalism at historically black colleges.
For decades, Patagonia sought to demonstrate that profitability and environmentalism can go hand in hand—to show a better way by, for example, encouraging fair-trade practices in foreign factories.
A Poway Girl Scout shared her love of environmentalism with hundreds of youngsters to achieve her childhood dream of earning her Gold Award.
Many of them are eager for a spiritual cause and have responded warmly to Taoist leaders’ embrace of environmentalism.
Environmentalism, at its heart, is about both people and places.
In the 1992 interview, Carter described her environmentalism as a product of forward-looking, responsible governance.
Each year, Farm Aid serves as an annual gathering of activists focused on food issues, environmentalism and social-justice battles.
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