On grouse shooting and conservation by James Common. He talks of compromise and quotes this: "Conservation cannot come at the expense of local people; local people must be made both partners and beneficiaries in conservation, and not enemies of it." Provenance of the quote not given.
I like it. I think it's important to work for important changes in attitudes towards non-human conservation by including human endeavour as part of nature instead of separating humans from nature, as tends to happen far too often. In other words, compromise.