Forestry and Modern Environmentalism: Ending the Cold War
The international Cold War that followed World War II set the context for increases in timber harvest, which heightened the tensions between environmentalists and foresters. Although the superpowers have called a halt to their conflict, the metaphorical cold war antagonists have not. Rethinking the history of the Progressive-era origins of both the preservation and the utilitarian perspectives, we see that each emerged in an effort to find alternatives to the depletion of America's natural resources, and neither was as mutually exclusive as they have become. Such a historical foundation allows us to rethink and revise our own habits of mind and find the common ground that could be the basis for peace.
Keywords: communication; education; environmental management; forest; forest management; forest resources; forestry; forestry research; forestry science; history; natural resource management; natural resources; policy
Document Type: Miscellaneous
Affiliations: Professor of History and Chair Center of the American West, University of Colorado, Campus Box 234, Boulder, CO, 80309, [email protected]
Publication date: 2002-12-01
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