any environmental policy that seeks stricter controls on current uses of natural resources instead of seeking alternative resources
And it is especially happy in the wise use made at each proper place of the commands of morality and patriotism.
Happy, then, if this is so, are they who make a wise use of them!
My kind performs no work, but is given to study and the wise use of full-time leisure.
And did I not trust you to make a wise use of your knowledge?
Third, the development of existing forests by wise use is the first step in forestry, and reforestation is the second.
When the Brahmans had established their power, they made a wise use of it.
I see your hand in that, my dear, and I am glad you can make such kind and wise use of the lessons of the good Fairy Paribanou.
The Roman pontiffs, whatever their own ability or lack of it, have always been distinguished for the wise use of enthusiasm.
Whether we have yet learned to make a wise use of what we have acquired is less certain.
The delays in securing authority for the wise use of these contributions were well-nigh intolerable.