Conservation

Conservation,

Definition of Conservation:

  1. The principle by which the total value of a physical quantity or parameter (such as energy, mass, linear or angular momentum) remains constant in a system which is not subject to external influence.

  2. Prevention of wasteful use of a resource.

  3. Usage, improvement, and protection of human and natural resources in a wise manner, ensuring derivation of their highest economic and social benefits on a continuing or long-term basis. Conservation is achieved through alternative technologies, recycling, and reduction in waste and spoilage, and (unlike preservation) implies consumption of the conserved resources.

Synonyms of Conservation

Attention, Care, Cold storage, Conservancy, Conservationism, Control, Custody, Dead storage, Directing, Dry storage, Economy, Environmental conservation, Forest conservation, Forest management, Governing, Guardianship, Husbandry, Keeping, Maintenance, Management, Managing, Preserval, Preservation, Protection, Safeguarding, Safekeeping, Salvage, Salvation, Saving, Shelf-room, Soil conservation, Storage, Storage space, Stowage, Stream conservation, Supervising, Supervision, Support, Sustentation, Upkeep, Warehousing, Water conservation, Wetlands conservation, Wildlife conservation, Conservation, Careful management, Good housekeeping, Economy, Thrift, Thriftiness, Frugality

How to use Conservation in a sentence?

  1. Teddy Roosevelt was the president who initiated a conservation movement in America by setting aside land for the public to enjoy and care for.
  2. The people who live in my home town are exceedingly liberal and focused on conservation of local resources in the hopes of protecting the planet.
  3. It is important to teach young children about conservation , because they will decide how to treat our earth in the future.

Meaning of Conservation & Conservation Definition