Rachel Carson


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Noun1.Rachel Carson - United States biologist remembered for her opposition to the use of pesticides that were hazardous to wildlife (1907-1964)
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WASHINGTON, June 5, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The diversity of bats, the language of birds, "wacky" animal defenses, and the inspiring true stories of physicist Albert Einstein, oceanographer Sylvia Earle, and environmentalist Rachel Carson are all covered on a new list of 10 top summer science books for children in kindergarten through fourth grade.
Pioneer environmentalist Rachel Carson expresses a "sense of wonder" about its natural treasures.
At Churchill, 16 juniors and seniors in the Rachel Carson Center for Natural Resources will lead the charge under Green Flag.
Otherwise, the evocative words of Rachel Carson about the magical place where land meets sea will soon be but a distant memory, with the gravest of consequences for all of us.
So, 35 years after Rachel Carson warned us of the dangers of pesticide use, California continues to accelerate its use of these deadly chemicals,'' said Armando Nieto, development director for the Environmental Defense Center, which, along with United Farm Workers and California Rural Legal Assistance, belongs to the Pesticide Action Network coalition.
banding will be in the Rachel Carson State Office Building auditorium in Harrisburg, Dauphin County.
describes the careers of over 50 of the leading figures, including Nellie Bly, Upton Sinclair, Lincoln Steffens, George Kennan, Jack London, Frank Norris, Rachel Carson, George Seldes and J.
The Eugene School District last fall had earmarked $2 million in a scheduled May bond measure to build a new home for Churchill High School's Rachel Carson Center for Natural Resources - a highly touted environmental studies program that project leaders envisioned becoming the flagship for a new complex on property owned by the Bureau of Land Management.
The systematic environmental poisoning Rachel Carson described in Silent Spring made headlines nearly 50 years ago because it was exceptionally well-documented.
This book is dedicated to naturalist Rachel Carson, the mother of the environmental movement, and author Jane Jacobs (The Life and Death of Great American Cities (1961), the grandmother of sustainable neighborhoods.
One of the projects initially missing in the $116 million version was a $2 million facility to house Churchill High School's Rachel Carson Center for Natural Resources.
Beyond that, I remember what Rachel Carson once said when asked about her own commitment to the environment.