n. The preservation, protection, or restoration of the natural environment and of wildlife; the practice of seeking to prevent the wasteful use of a resource in order to ensure its continuing availability.

Ostrom, Elinor and Vincent Ostrom. “Actual World, Possible Future.” PBS, May 25, 2020. Documentary video, 1:26:51.

The Wrens. The Meadowlands. Absolutely Kosher, January 1999 – February 2003.

Texts and other related media

Kamvasinou, Krystallia. "The Public Value of Vacant Urban Land." Proceedings of the ICE - Municipal Engineer 164, no. 3 (2011): 157-66.
McLaughlin, Nancy A. "Conservation Easements and the Doctrine of Merger." Law and Contemporary Problems 74, no. 4 (2011): 279-95.,Nancy,McLaughlin&text=Conservation%20easements%20raise%20a%20number,title%20to%20the%20encumbered%20land.
Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, 2005.
Pidot, Jeff., and Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. “Reinventing Conservation Easements: A Critical Examination and Ideas for Reform.” Policy Focus Report / Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. Cambridge, MA:
Purdy, Jedediah. “Environmentalism’s Racist History.” The New Yorker, August 13, 2015.
Schilling, Joseph, and Jonathan Logan. "Greening the Rust Belt: A Green Infrastructure Model for Right Sizing America's Shrinking Cities." Journal of the American Planning Association 74.4 (2008): 451-66.'s_Shrinking_Cities.
TallBear, Kim. "Caretaking Relations, Not American Dreaming." Kalfou 6, no. 1 (2019): 24-41.
TallBear, Kim. "Caretaking Relations, Not American Dreaming." Image. Kalfou6, 2019.