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WSWeber-Schafheitlin Integral
WSWidth Skew
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WSWare Shoals Railroad Company
WSWarren Shepell Consultants Corporation (Toronto, ON, Canada)
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The Wilderness Society Tasmania campaigner Vica Bayley said vehicles had a particularly devastating impact on Tasmanian devils because the carrion eaters were often hit when feeding on earlier roadkill.
Through this bill, our public lands will be better protected and school kids will come out ahead, said Paul Spitler, Director of Wilderness Policy at The Wilderness Society.
Both The Wilderness Society and the Center for American Progress say it is critical that the administration account for and then act to reduce these emissions.
In 1936 The Wilderness Society held a membership meeting in Washington D.
The airline will operate as official airline of The Wilderness Society, and will support efforts of The Wilderness Society to protect wilder places in the US.
The high environmental burden will strongly affect the fishing industry and tourism in Tasmania," Tom Millen from Australian organisation The Wilderness Society said.
Due to these concerns, 13 environmental groups, including the Wilderness Society, Sierra Club and Natural Resources Defense Council, filed suit against the federal government in January 2009 over oil shale development on federal land.
Harvey Broome, co-founder of The Wilderness Society, once said, "If we lose wilderness, we lose forever the knowledge of what the world was and what it might, with understanding and loving husbandry, yet become.
In most cases, visitors won't notice any change at all--"and that's the charm," says Steve Smith of The Wilderness Society.
Earlier this winter, the Sierra Club, the Wilderness Society and the Center for Biological Diversity appealed another timber and wildlife management project proposed by the White Mountain National Forest.
The Wilderness Society presents the award annually to an editorial writer who has produced editorials forcefully making the case for protecting America's remaining wildlands.