Check Point Conservation and Preservation

Check Point Conservation and Preservation - Conservation...

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Conservation and preservation may seem synonymous in politics and among the uninformed. However, the difference between the two is as distinct as the difference between owning and renting, an apt comparison when considering the potential of land conservation versus preservation. Conservation, basically, refers to the effort to sustain resources, ideally indefinitely, such as oil, lumber, and wildlife. An important distinction within the conservation effort is the difference between renewable and non-renewable materials. Different strategies on managing our resources such as oil, as compared to theoretically sustainable resources such as trees need to be everyone's first priority. Preservation, however, is concerned with an entirely different priority, namely the goal of protecting and maintaining the natural environment in an untouched state. Within the preservationist group, there are also key distinctions. The two primary considerations are whether preserved lands need to be maintained for the benefit of our own enjoyment and
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