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Gaylord Nelson.) When she broke up with him, he killed her and kept her in a trunk in his apartment for 18 months until this was discovered because of a foul smell. Just after Einhorn was arraigned but before he went on trial for murder, he managed to leave the country and remain on the lam for 23 years, ...
Gaylord Nelson, Earth Day Founder who worked to preserve the St. Croix as the U.S.'s first official wild and scenic river, should be Congress' role model. About pseudo-environmental groups that profess grave concern about vanishing national resources, but promote unsustainable immigration levels, Sen.

Gaylord Nelson, Earth Day Founder who worked to preserve the St. Croix as the U.S.'s first official wild and scenic river, should be Congress' role model. About pseudo-environmental groups that profess grave concern about vanishing national resources, but promote unsustainable immigration levels, Sen.
In fact, the heavily-polluted Cuyahoga had combusted several times before, and in worse ways, but in the aftermath of the oil spill, the flaming Cuyahoga became a symbol of America's growing environmental problems. Against this backdrop, Wisconsin's Senator Gaylord Nelson, an avid canoeist, applied his staff to the task ...
He said the presentation will discuss heroic figures in the environmental movement such as Teddy Roosevelt, Rachael Carson, Gaylord Nelson, Lois Gibbs and the environmental legacies of Robert H. Jackson as well as Stan Lundine will also be looked at. “What ecological disasters can we learn from?
As Gaylord Nelson (former US Senator and founder of Earth Day) said, 'The economy is a wholly owned subsidiary of the natural environment, not the other way around.' Both groups therefore bemoan the subsidies given to the other, as governments try to satisfy the third need expressed in the trilemma: ...

He's wrong. Earth Day's legacy was finished even before it got off the drawing board in April 1970. That's because five years earlier, when our population stood at 195 million people, Congress passed the 1965 Immigration Reform Act that its champion Sen. Ted Kennedy said would not result “in our cities ...
Earth Day founder Sen. Gaylord Nelson of Wisconsin gave the following speech in Denver, Colo., on the first Earth Day, April 22, 1970: I congratulate you, who by your presence here today demonstrate your concern and commitment to an issue that is more than just a matter of survival. How we survive is ...
"Roy and Charlotte saw scientific research and the study of the natural world as a cornerstone to their work in conservation-related education, policy and public leadership," the news release said. It's an honor to be inducted into an organization which includes John Muir, Aldo Leopold and Gaylord Nelson, ...
His Senate colleagues, including some who had turned hard against the war, like Wisconsin's Gaylord Nelson and South Dakota's George McGovern, were urging him not to run, fearing that a divided Democratic Party would only hand the reins of power to Richard Nixon. His advisers from JFK's days, and ...
As Gaylord Nelson (former US Senator and founder of Earth Day) said, 'The economy is a wholly owned subsidiary of the natural environment, not the other way around.' Both groups therefore bemoan the subsidies given to the other, as governments try to satisfy the third need expressed in the trilemma: ...
Mr. Appleton uses the term “unqualified” to describe critics of our immigration policy. Does this descriptor also apply to civil rights icon Barbara Jordan who chaired President Clinton's U.S. Commission on Immigration Reform? Earth Day Founder Gaylord Nelson? Professor Al Bartlett? Ecologist Garrett ...
Gaylord Nelson, the late senator from Wisconsin, was responsible for the first Earth Day in 1970. He said this about environmental education: “How important is environmental education? How long can a person live without doing a math problem or spelling a complex word? How long can a person live ...
Carl Pope, the club's executive director, explained that if the club favored reduced immigration, "we would be perceived as assisting people whose motivations are racist." Such tactics infuriated the founder of Earth Day, U.S. Senator Gaylord Nelson. A liberal Democrat and a staunch civil rights advocate, ...
Scott Walker, governor of the state that gave the world Earth Day founder Gaylord Nelson, somehow gave a State of the State speech Wednesday with ... appreciation and Chief Executive-level environmental commitment in the state that gave us not only Gaylord Nelson but John Muir and Aldo Leopold.
On January 29, 1965, Senators Gaylord Nelson of Wisconsin and Walter Mondale of Minnesota introduced a more narrow bill focused on the St. Croix. With confusion and controversy about zoning, land acquisition, and other details, as well as parallel efforts to pass a bill that would create a nationwide Wild ...
Doris served as President of Rock County Democratic Women for 15 years, fueling the successful campaigns of John F. Kennedy, Gaylord Nelson and other liberal icons. She served on the Governor's Commission on the Status of Women in the 1970s, lending her expertise as a union activist. She never ...

Since coming to CIS, I have written about the restrictionist positions of such esteemed liberals as civil rights icon Barbara Jordan, labor leader Cesar Chavez, Earth Day Founder Gaylord Nelson, Sierra Club leader David Brower, and Barack Obama, who in 2006 wrote that the influx of illegal immigrants ...
Debbie Kruck, a personal trainer wearing a 60-pound back pack walks the Granada Bridge in Ormond Beach every morning with a group of friends called 'Ormond Strong' who plan to walk everyday until the troops come home Friday July 17, 2015. News-Journal/JIM TILLER ...
Raskin came of age in the era when Wisconsin was a laboratory of democracy, where independent Progressives ran state government, Socialists governed Milwaukee, and a liberal Democratic Party was being shaped by young leaders such as Kastenmeier and Gaylord Nelson. His uncle, Max Raskin, the ...
Raskin came of age in the era when Wisconsin was a laboratory of democracy, where independent Progressives ran state government, Socialists governed Milwaukee, and a liberal Democratic Party was being shaped by young leaders such as Kastenmeier and Gaylord Nelson. His uncle, Max Raskin, the ...
Sorenson's memo, which suggests there had been some earlier discussion of Sawyer and other candidates, is skeptical of Sawyer as a running mate. “Also doubtful: Grant Sawyer, Stewart Udall or Gaylord Nelson. Should be considered, but likely to offend some group in the party,” Sorensen wrote.
Exhibited at VIVA will be monuments to the Menominee Forest Keepers, Gaylord Nelson, Aldo Leopold, Increase Lapham and even the monarch butterfly, among others. Terese Agnew's artworks can be found in the permanent collections of the Museum of Arts and Design in New York, the Smithsonian ...
But Gov. Gaylord Nelson did on July 7, 1959 — which actually made sense, since he was signing into law the measure that made "On, Wisconsin!" the official state song. At the time, Wisconsin was reportedly one of just 10 states that didn't have an official song. It wasn't for lack of trying — at least by ...
... of the building or the significance of the history that unfolded inside it. When I came to Madison to attend the UW in 1958, I'd walk down State Street and take tours of my own, pausing to watch the Assembly or Senate from the galleries and hoping to catch a glimpse of Gov. Gaylord Nelson in the hallways.
Alumni include Earth Day founder Gaylord Nelson, author Joyce Carol Oates, Sierra Club founder John Muir, architect Frank Lloyd Wright, astronaut Jim Lovell and John Bardeen, the only two-time recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physics. Wisconsin has enjoyed recent success in athletics, including men's ...
Earth Day founder Sen. Gaylord Nelson of Wisconsin gave the following speech in Denver, Colo., on the first Earth Day, April 22, 1970: I congratulate you, who by your presence here today demonstrate your concern and commitment to an issue that is more than just a matter of survival. How we survive is ...
But numerous federal programs were begun during his presidency—in large part because he faced a Democratic Congress, which among other things was populated with strong environmentalists (preeminently senators Gaylord Nelson of Wisconsin and Edmund Muskie of Maine). Nixon has gotten credit ...
Feb. 15, 1978. A $3.7 million grant for the Barker's Island marina project in Superior has been approved by the federal Economic Development Administration. Sen. Gaylord Nelson announced the grant yesterday while speaking at the annual dinner of the Superior-Douglas County Development Association ...
Gaylord Nelson launched the Earth Day movement in 1970. Since he represented Wisconsin, we find it especially sweet that a Wisconsin girl won the T-shirt contest. That and her charming design using emojis of the earth are truly something to smile about. We hope she, her classmates and students don ...
The restrictionist movement began among environmentalists who shared the concerns of the founder of Earth Day, Gaylord Nelson, a liberal senator from Wisconsin. Nelson was alarmed at the role of immigration in the growth of the U.S. population, which numbered 205 million when the First Earth Day was ...
Robert “Fighting Bob” LaFollette was a famed progressive a century ago, and his ideals were carried on in later years by U.S. Sens. Gaylord Nelson and William Proxmire. “I look at it as the heritage of Wisconsin,” Dagnon said. Through this spring, local progressives will stay focused on Sauk County politics.
Leopold inspired many environmentalists to appreciate wildlife and to use the land sensibly and sensitively. Born in Iowa in 1887, Leopold developed many of his insights while spending time at his family cabin, the “shack,” near Baraboo (WI). In the 1960s, Wisconsin Governor Gaylord Nelson established a ...
The ultimately unsuccessful opposition to the power plant made it clear to Senator Gaylord Nelson, who had grown up 25 miles across the river in Clear Lake, Wisc. and canoed it and its tributary the Namekagon since he was a boy, that the federal government was powerless to protect such special rivers.
Since no one has shown any need for it, I can only believe that the proposed sanctuary resolution, to be considered again at the next meeting of Los Alamos School Board, is really just an attempt at a political statement. Nowhere more than our schools is that unacceptable. Nowhere more than our schools ...
Nelson, the daughter of Earth Day founder and former governor and U.S. senator, Gaylord Nelson, is a long-time climate change activist.
In 1979, the U.S. senators from Wisconsin, William Proxmire and Gaylord Nelson, established the Wisconsin Federal Nominating Commission ...
Of course, it's a signature accomplishment of a Democrat, Gaylord Nelson, so Walker would not want to credit him or his work. As governor ...
Earth Day Founder Gaylord Nelson is best qualified to reply to Pat Nash's Oct. 13 column lamenting rampant development and loss of open ...
He also hired Gaylord Nelson, a former Democratic senator from Wisconsin with a strong record on environmental issues, as an adviser.
From the Native American tribes who inhabited this land for generations to John Muir, Aldo Leopold, Warren Knowles and Gaylord Nelson ...
Gaylord Nelson (D-Wis.), organized the first Earth Day — a national, and now global, demonstration in support of environmental reform. The presence of 20 ...
He's wrong. Earth Day's legacy was finished even before it got off the drawing board in April 1970. That's because five years earlier, when our ...
Earth Day founder Sen. Gaylord Nelson of Wisconsin gave the following speech in Denver, Colo., on the first Earth Day, April 22, 1970:.
... holds a joint appointment in the Department of Urban and Regional Planning and the Gaylord Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies.
Gaylord Nelson.” He wanted to attend the University of Wisconsin–Madison, and did, arriving a month after the August 1970 bombing of ...
Timeline:September 1969 - Senator Gaylord Nelson (D-WI) proposes the idea for a nationwide teach-in about the environment. April 22, 1970 ...
From the Native American Tribes who inhabited this land for generations, to John Muir, Aldo Leopold, Warren Knowles and Gaylord Nelson ...
... from earth science activists Aldo Leopold to Gaylord Nelson, and much more in the land of monarch butterflies, Door County innovators and ...
Past honorees include Edmund Muskie, Frank Church, Pete Seeger and Gaylord Nelson. EHN welcomes republication of our stories, but we ...


 

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