Who is considered the mother of the environmental movement?
A. Rachel Carson
B. Clara Barton
C. Sarah Winnemucca
D. Mary Katherine Goddard
Rachel Carson (1907–1964), a writer and biologist, touched off an international controversy about the environmental effects of pesticides with her 1962 book, The Silent Spring. The book became a best–seller and the foundation of modern ecological awareness.
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These are women that should be cherished and honored.
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