What is another word for conservationists?

Pronunciation: [kˌɒnsəvˈe͡ɪʃənˌɪsts] (IPA)

Conservationists are individuals who work tirelessly to protect our natural resources and promote sustainable practices. Some synonyms for the word "conservationists" include environmentalists, ecologists, preservationists, stewards, defenders, guardians, and protectors. These terms all refer to those who strive to protect the Earth, its wildlife, and its natural habitats. Whether they are working to save endangered species, advocating for clean air and water, or promoting sustainable agriculture, all conservationists share a common goal: to create a healthier, more sustainable world for future generations. As such, the work of conservationists is incredibly important, and it is essential that we continue to support and celebrate their efforts.

What are the hypernyms for Conservationists?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Conservationists

They are avowedly individualistic, nepotic conservationists and only in effect national.
"The French in the Heart of America"
John Finley

Famous quotes with Conservationists

  • Between 1887, when the Dawes Act was passed, and 1934, out of 138 million acres that had been their meager allotment, all but 56 million acres had been appropriated by Whites. ...not a single acrewas judged uneroded by soil conservationists.
    Peter Farb
  • If education really educates, there will, in time, be more and more citizens who understand that relics of the old West add meaning and value to the new. Youth yet unborn will pole up the Missouri with Lewis and Clark, or climb the Sierras with James Capen Adams, and each generation in turn will ask: Where is the big white bear? It will be a sorry answer to say he went under while conservationists weren’t looking.
    Aldo Leopold

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