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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Saba Pirzadeh, Assistant Professor at the Mushtaq Ahmed Gurmani School of Humanities and Social Sciences, completed a research fellowship at the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society (RCC), at Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich, Germany from June-August, 2019.
Imagine having a conversation with Rachel Carson, scientist and author of "Silent Spring," the 1962 book that sounded the alarm about pesticides and the environment.
Rachel Carson was struggling enough with the memories of her dad's brutal killing.
PPG announced the completion of a COLORFUL COMMUNITIES project in Springdale that helped revitalize the Rachel Carson Homestead.
SPRING AFTER SPRING How RACHEL CARSON INSPIRED the Environment Movement
IN 1962 Rachel Carson wrote her famous book, Silent Spring.
The melting of snow and the growing back of grass and leaves on the trees meant spring time was upon Rachel Carson's world.
THE LIFE AND LEGACY OF RACHEL CARSON. AMANDA COFFMAN, UNIVERSITY OF NORTH ALABAMA.
All four of the books written by marine biologist Rachel Carson explained the magnificence of natural world, but in The Silent Spring, published in 1962, Carson planted the seeds of fear that mankind could destroy that world.
The documents are drawn from thinkers and policy makers like John Locke, Ralph Waldo Emerson, John Muir, Rachel Carson, and Theodore Roosevelt; legal documents like the Endangered Species Act of 1973; court cases; and congressional testimony.
Joni Seager, like Rachel Carson, is on the side of the angels.