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In the midst of a global pandemic that’s made conservation efforts far more difficult, thermal camera technology has helped protect animals who may not have been able to survive on their own.

Lobdell is trying to do just that for future conservation of three oak species, native to the southern United States.

We care deeply about our employees, as well as the sustainability of the world that we live in, and support a number of organizations that promote sustainability as well as land conservation.

It’s a remarkable conservation success story, but one facing new challenges.

Amazon launched it last year in partnership with the Nature Conservancy, a conservation nonprofit, as part of its effort to reach “net zero carbon” by 2040.

There are certain difficulties, however, in the way of this conservational measure.

It becomes an asset––a conservational asset––an ever-present help in time of haying.

Conservational principles do apply, however, to the human energy factor required for their efficient use.

The importance of this fact from the conservational standpoint cannot be too much emphasized.

To apply any one of the various conservational measures discussed on later pages would only temporarily alleviate the situation.


On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to conservational, such as: careful, defensive, jealous, possessive, vigilant, and warm.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.