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ecological

(of a practice, policy, product, etc.) tending to benefit or cause minimal damage to the environment
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Within ecological economics, I discovered a plausible system that placed the economy inside the bounds of environmental limits, while at the same time ensuring the integrity of many shared values for Canada's diverse individuals.
Keywords: Cenopopulation of plants; Ecological diversity; Ecocenotic groups; Ecological indicator values (ecological scales); Ecological tolerance; Ecological valence; Red Book; Protected species of plants
The so-called ecological civilization, is refers to the human transformation of nature at the same time, actively improve and optimize the relationship between man and nature, building a good ecological environment material achievements and spiritual achievements (Lv,2016).
Critique: Exceptionally well grounded, documented, organized and presented, "The Ecological Footprint: New Developments in Policy and Practice" is a major contribution to our current national discussion regarding the issues of environmental sustainability in our increasingly degraded global environmental conditions as exemplified by such phenomena as global warming.
Developing efficient and practical compensation measures, however, requires a means of estimating comparable ecological function "equivalents.
Ecological validity is the degree to which an assessment of events, activities, participation, or environments reflects everyday life expectations or performance engagement.
Concerns over ecological sustainability are a key driver of environmental governance.
Considering the impact of early life experiences upon an adult's worldview, children need to explore their ecological identity to understand the role they play within the environment (Vogels, 2007).
Ecological citizenship, green state, ecological democracy, liberalism, capitalism
Restored to Earth: Christianity, Environmental Ethics, and Ecological Restoration.
Ecological restoration; principles, values, and structure of an emerging profession, 2d ed.