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'''Environmentalism''' is a priority for everything, living and non-living, in order to secure the long-term sustainability of the [[Earth]]. Many of these priorities are antithetical to the needs of mankind. See also: [[Conservation vs. environmentalism]]
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'''Environmentalism''' is a political movement that is anti-[[conservative]] in nature, and in some ways even harmful to the environment (such as being pro-[[marijuana]], which is detrimental to the environment).  The stated goal of environmentalism is to secure the long-term sustainability of the [[Earth]]. But many priorities of environmentalism are antithetical to the needs of mankind. See also: [[Conservation vs. environmentalism]]
  
Environmentalism is a political movement that is anti-[[conservative]] in nature.  Many environmentalists are hostile to the [[Bible]], [[free enterprise]], and limited government.
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Many environmentalists are hostile to the [[Bible]], [[free enterprise]], and limited government.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 23:18, 5 August 2018

Environmentalism is a political movement that is anti-conservative in nature, and in some ways even harmful to the environment (such as being pro-marijuana, which is detrimental to the environment). The stated goal of environmentalism is to secure the long-term sustainability of the Earth. But many priorities of environmentalism are antithetical to the needs of mankind. See also: Conservation vs. environmentalism

Many environmentalists are hostile to the Bible, free enterprise, and limited government.

See also