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Respect, Restore, Replace

Consider whether it is better to say “Respect, Restore, Replace” rather than “Protect, Restore, Replace,” to describe a hierarchy of appropriate environmental action.

For the original discussion of “Protect, Restore, Replace,” click here.

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  1. Both respect and protect are important, I think, but maybe it is best to use respect since that is more complete (and sounds better)

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