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Environment
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ENV201H5
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T Conway

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 Environment: the condition or influence under which any person or thing lives or is developed.  Resource: something which meets the perceived needs or wants of humans  Manage: to control, handle or direct  Environment and resource management: decisions/actions made through policy and practice regarding how resources and the environment are appraised, protected, allocated, developed, used and rehabilitated. o In reality, focus is on managing humans.  Env. Movement o Group known as Preservationists: 1830s  George Perkins Marsh: Man and Nature  Created National Parks  Humans cannot alter the env of national parks. o Conservationists: 1860s  Aldo Leopold: Game Management and A Stand County Almanac  Manage wildlife and resources for human use o Modern Environmentalism: 1960s/70s  Rachel Carson
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