Name Droppers

Name Droppers

ap environmental science class period 4 important name dropper quiz oh yeah

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Muckraker, "The Jungle"

Sherwood Rowland
Rachel Carson
Upton Sinclair
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Founded Sierra Club

John Muir
John James Audubon
Henry David Thoreau
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President who created the Antiquities Act and prevented congress from cutting EPA's budget

Thomas Malthus
Bill Clinton
Richard Nixon
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Wrote "An Essay on the Principal of Population" and created the Growth Model. Rule of 70!

Thomas Malthus
John James Audubon
Charles Darwin
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Lived in tree for 2 years protesting the cutting down of Redwood Trees and founded "Circle of Life" organization

Richard Nixon
Lester Brown
Julia "Butterfly" Hill
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Criticized western economy

EF Schumacher
Jimmy Carter
Julia "Butterfly" Hill
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Drew rubber from trees in Amazon Rainforest

Lois Gibbs
Chico Mendes
Julia "Butterfly" Hill
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President that established the EPA and oversaw first Earth Day

John Snow
Richard Nixon
FDR
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President who set aside land for national parks when senator and worked with Lake Tahoe and created the ARB

Ronald Reagan
George Washington Carver
Upton Sinclair
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President who created federal "Reclamation Service" (1902) and fought to protect national parks

Theodore Roosevelt
Mario Molina
Lois Gibbs
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Founded Green Belt movement focused on the planting of trees, environmental conservation, and women's rights

Archie Carr
Rachel Carson
Wangari Maathai
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Warned society about population growth and limited resources and wrote "The Population Bomb"

Jane Goodall
Rachel Carson
Paul Ehrlich
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Environmental activist- petroleum waste dumping

Ken Saro-Wiwa
Thomas Malthus
Lois Gibbs
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First Enviornmentalist who wrote "Man and Nature"

Charles Darwin
John Muir
George Perkins Marsh
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Geo-scientist at Shell, Hubbert curve or Hubbert peak theory

Mario Molina
Bill Clinton
M. King Hubbert
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Professor of Zoology at University of Florida and helped out sea turtles

George Washington Carver
Archie Carr
James Lovelock
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Transcendentalist who wrote "Walden"

Henry David Thoreau
Chico Mendes
Theodore Roosevelt
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Lowe Canal -> removed residents b/c it was built on toxic chemicals

Lois Gibbs
Chico Mendes
Ken Sara-Wiwa
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Nobel Prize winner, discovered that CFC's were depleting the ozone layer

Thomas Malthus
Bill Clinton
Sherwood Rowland
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Focused on wildlife, wrote "A Sand County Almanac"

Julia "Butterfly" Hill
Ronald Reagan
Aldo Leopold
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Discoveries on chemicals that destroy Earth's atmosphere, such as "chlorofluorocarbons"

Mario Molina
Jimmy Carter
George Perkins Marsh
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Biodiverstiy

Upton Sinclair
Gifford Pinchot
Dr. Norman Myer
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Use of peanuts

George Washington Carver
Theodore Roosevelt
Paul Ehrlich
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President who created the AAA and CCC

Aldo Leopold
Ted Turner
FDR
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"Silent Spring"

FDR
Rachel Carson
Jane Goodall
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Principal founder of Earth Day

Richard Nixon
Gaylord Nelson
M. King Hubbert
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Editor of "Science Illustrated", biologist

Barry Commoner
Mario Molina
Wangari Maathai
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Primary founder of the Society of American Foresters

Aldo Leopold
Paul Ehrlich
Gifford Pinchot
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Published "Birds of America"

Troy Peterson
John James Audubon
Paul Ehrlich
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Executive director of SIERRA CLUB

David Brower
John Muir
Theodore Roosevelt
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Started Department of Energy and Superfund

David Brower
Jimmy Carter
Ronald Reagan
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Tragedy of the commons

Garrett Hardin
Ken Saro-Wiwa
FDR
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Chimpanzees

Garrett Hardin
Jane Goodall
Upton Sinclair
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Gaia hypothesis

James Lovelock
Garret Hardin
Lois Gibbs