I think I would have to go with Teddy Roosevelt. Teddy Roosevelt was an avid outdoorsman who was instrumental in the establishment of a number of national parks and wildlife preserves which resulted in the conservation of around 230,000,000 acres of land. While he certainly recognized that natural resources were critical to development, he understood that using natural resources did not mean wasting them; conserving the natural resources and using them wisely was just as important to him.
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