Konservasi sebagai penjaga demokrasi
As president of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt made conservation a central policy issue of his administration. He created five National Parks, four Big Game Refuges, fifty-one National bird Reservations, and the National Forest Service. Roosevelt advocated for the sustainable use of the nation’s natural resources, the protection and management of wild game, and the preservation of wild spaces. Considering America’s landscape to be the source of American wealth and the American character, Roosevelt believed conservationism was a democratic movement necessary to maintain and to strengthen American democracy. [Filler]
Sudahkah konservasi sebagai penjaga demokrasi?