This article lists Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt, FDR, Nixon, and Jimmy Carter as the five most environmentally friendly presidents in US history. Ranked first, Carter both signed off on environmental legislation, but also lobbied for it himself. Early in his presidency in 1977, he oversaw the creation of the Department of Energy as well as the passing of the Soil and Water Conservation Act. In 1980, Carter signed the Alaskan National Interest Lands Conservation Act, which conserved over 100 million acres of natural wilderness and 26 rivers in the state of Alaska.
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