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Blakeslee deftly tells the story of the wolf, which encompasses wildlife, wilderness, hunting, activism, politics, tourism, environmentalism and people.
Hefner's son, Cooper, also leads a discussion about conservation and environmentalism in the issue.
Together, their creative lives emphasized the fin de siècle modernities that were floating in the air over a century ago: early environmentalism
These things cost money but they are blanketed in values around quality, environmentalism and supporting local markets.
Nestlé USA head Paul Grimwood reckoned up to half of its customers were open to embracing a type of food that stresses animal welfare and environmentalism.
Centrist candidates may emerge in Brazil, including Marina Silva, who broke with the left-wing Workers’ Party and has set up a new party of the centre-left which espouses environmentalism, liberalism and clean politics.
As investigated by Nylon and expanded in a recent New York Times Magazine column, this lifestyle/attitude equates plant care almost as an extension of self-care (and environmentalism).
Together, their creative lives emphasized the fin de siècle modernities that were floating in the air over a century ago: early environmentalism; feminist emancipation; town planning schemes that were at once utopian and feudal.
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