In a sense, yes. John Muir spent his time among the Sierra Nevadas in California, which prompted him to embrace the environment world-wide, pushing for preservation, so that no wildlife would be destroyed. He was very involved in the theological, philosophical, and spiritual aspects of the environment.
Jane Goodall spent her time with the chimps in Africa, thus prompting her to act out on a global scale one she realized they would be threatened. Similarly, Goodall is also a preservationist, pushing for the land to be used (or not used) in a way that we all will benefit, physically as well as spiritually.
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