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bioregion

[′bī·ō‚rē·jən]
(ecology)
A region with borders that are naturally defined by topographic systems (such as mountains, rivers, and oceans) and ecological systems (such as deserts, rainforests, and tundras).
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Pete Halsall, managing director of BioRegional Quintain, said: "We have signed heads of term with a major international hotel group.
Written from Molly Scott Cato's own home of Stroud, this book seeks to present how the bioregional approach to economics can aid a regrounding and reconnection of economies within 'home' or 'place'.
Cato first explains why we need a bioregional analysis of economics, what the broadest contours of this economy might be like, and the transformed role of the economist in helping us as a society to realize this.
BioRegional Quintain's Community in a Cube development is a block of 80 apartments which form the first phase of RiversideOne, the UK's largest zero carbon development.
Ultimately, under a bioregional social order, the boundaries of social
Given that The Emirates NBD Greenland Quest is in partnership with leading UK entrepreneurial charity BioRegional / One Planet Living, the irony is not lost on Hayes: "The rest of the planet faces some tough decisions in terms of the strategy on energy and resources.
He advocates permaculture living--maximizing communities' self-sufficiency via lo calized food, renewable energy, community-based economies, and bioregional political structures.
Cities that reflect a sense of place protect their assets, natural and cultural; make historical and natural processes visible; they restore and reflect the bioregional context and linkages; and have strong cultural and artistic practices that celebrate and inform a sense of place.
An alternative to the long supply chains of globalisation - and one which can also help address the inequalities of our current global trading system - is the move to bioregional economies.
Bioregional foods, such as snacks made from wild rice grown in Manitoba lakes without any agricultural inputs and bison burgers from grass-fed, outdoor-raised Manitoba bison, are unique options on campus.
Based at the firm BioRegional Quintain he has collaborated on a number of environmentallyfriendly developments in Brighton and London.