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    the conservation movement was to empower society to proficiently and effectively utilize its natural resources. Since the founding of the United States, Americans have become dependent upon the existence of raw materials. With the further western expansion, and the increasing population, nonrenewable resources such as oil and coal were in high demand. Although there was a sudden increase in the demand for these resources, the supply of the resource stayed constant. Specifically, conservation highlighted

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    the conservation movement was to proficiently and effectively utilize nature and its natural resources. Since the founding of the United States, Americans have become dependent upon the existence of such raw materials. With the further expansion, west and the increasing population, nonrenewable resources such as oil and coal were in high demand. Although, there was a sudden increase in the demand of these resources, the amount of the resource itself stayed constant. Specifically, conservation highlighted

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    Conservation efforts have been seen by many people as a blockade to the human agenda of technological expansion and population growth. Conserving biodiversity and ecosystems may only be acknowledged once the benefits to humans are outlined and are usually seen as a win-win situation. However, the concern isn’t enough to bring the whole population’s attention to the problem of biodiversity loss. Additionally, many countries don’t have the resources or the money to invest in conservation efforts, which

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    Forest Conservation

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    FOREST CONSERVATION Forests are one of the most important natural resources that have been gifted to mankind for their sustained existence on earth. Without question, they provide us with huge amounts of tangible and intangible benefits, without which indeed, all life, less to say human life, would fall under the risk of extinction. Hence, it is vital for us to realize this importance of forest cover, conserve them, and ultimately work towards a sustainable way to maintain our forests and meet

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    to habitat loss and destruction, hunting, climate change, agriculture, pollution, and deforestation, many animal and plant species have been decreasing significantly. Wildlife conservation, management plans, and acts have been passed in order to help preserve the diverse wildlife habitat An example of wildlife conservation is the Cosumnes River Preserve which is the largest river in central California with natural and unregulated stream flows. It consists of approximately 45,859 acres of wildlife

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    Water conservation? When you brush your teeth do you leave the water on the whole time? Do you leave paint cans or trash on the ground for the water to just wash it away? If so think about how much water you waste or pollute? All that water down the drain and that water contaminated. Most people think that “ oh I am only one person out of millions, if I stop it won't matter, I can’t make a difference, I can’t stop others from doing the same.” if everyone thinks likes this then yes, you will never

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    CONSERVATION OF RUINS A heritage ruin is defined as a disused and incomplete place comes in all shapes and sizes, that through abandonment, redundancy or condition, usually no longer maintained and unlikely to serves its original function or purpose other than interpretation (Australian Heritage Council, 2013). Rizzi, added the definition of ruin from architectural point of view: ‘A building which having lost a substantial part of its architectural form has ceased to function as such. Elementary

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    Wildlife Conservation is the practice of protecting wild plant and animal species and their habitats. Wildlife plays an important role in balancing the environment and provides stability to different natural processes of nature. One of the ways to participate in wildlife conservation is by being a Wildlife Officer, also known as a Fish and Game Warden. Wildlife Officers enforce hunting and fishing regulations and help protect fish and game populations to keep them at healthy levels. They also help

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    The efforts of conservation can have many purposes and can bring help to area’s that need help environmentally. They can also be organized by well paid government organizations or local groups funded by the community that they live in. Some examples of government groups are National Park Service, Natureserve, Bureau of land management, Ocean Conservancy, and Traffic along with many, many more. There might be a lot of government but there are many many more local groups that are documented, undocumented

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    local communities can be aided by government efforts to conserve biodiversity. The second half will consist of examples showing how species can be both positively and negatively affected by conservation efforts. Local v. Government The biology aspect of this paper is ecology. So, how is wildlife conservation related to ecology? Since the suffix “-ology” means “the study of” and “eco” is short for ecosystems or environments, ecology is the study of environments and how the living organisms interact

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