It was by and for Christ that this earth was made, which means it is sinfully wrong--it is a tragedy of enormous proportions--to destroy, degrade or despoil
Petersburg Addendum is a gripping original novel pitting a catcher of king crabs and an Alaskan state representative against the unmitigated greed of corporate interests seeking to strip Alaska's natural resources and despoil
the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
Indigenous communities have asserted long-ignored rights; refused to tolerate mining, oil and other projects that despoil
their land, threaten their health and destroy their livelihoods; networked with each other nationally, regionally and even globally; and worked closely with non-indigenous allies around the world.
He thinks to see his lady, her face rigid and obdurate, ferocious in her white dress covered by Pallas's armor, seeming to tie Cupid to the olive tree, to pluck his feathers and despoil
him of his weapons.
No industry is more affected by oil spills that despoil
our water and beaches.
He also notes that "tourism is a very positive ecological industry," because "if you despoil
the environment, you ruin the attraction itself.
Replace love and peace instead of fights Observe how we pollute and despoil
Then severely waste our supply of oil Watch as we destroy the air that keeps us going
This provision would further despoil
California's business climate, and ought to be unnecessary if -- as clean-money advocates contend -- the system saved the state billions by curtailing public corruption.
The more people who know how incredibly diverse and rich the wildlife populations are up there, the more people will realize that some things are too precious to despoil
Pressure for development has been partly resisted by the Government, which wants local authorities to approve new-build on brownfield sites rather than despoil
further the countryside.
First is the increasingly common but untenable characterization of the medieval period, beginning with Lynn White's troubling misreading of the Genesis injunction in 1:28 to "replenish the earth, and subdue it," as being responsible for the notion that people have a divine brief to subjugate and despoil
nature rather than act in due humility as stewards over it.
Opponents argue that the 24 square mile project would despoil
the sound both aesthetically and ecologically.
It's the same scheme that gives the owners of windmill installations the right to despoil
the countryside and laugh all the way to the bank with their subsidies.
WE do not need to despoil
our hillsides with shrieking turbines.
CLF opposes the Bush administration's policies that threaten to despoil
millions of acres of pristine forest--including over 100,000 acres in New England's Green Mountain and White Mountain National Forests--that provide wildlife habitat, clean water and recreational opportunities.