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Which of the following is not an activity promoted through environmental activism? a. conservation b. corrective justice c. pollution prevention d. waste regulation
Which of the following is not an activity promoted through environmental activism b. corrective justice
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User: Which of the following is not an activity promoted through environmental activism? a. conservation b. corrective justice c. pollution prevention d. waste regulation





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User: Smart growth is an urban planning theory that promotes the development of suburbs surrounding major city centers. True or False

Weegy: Smart growth is an urban planning theory that promotes the development of suburbs surrounding major city centers. True
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