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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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Alan Carter's ecological anarchism (2010, 1999) and bioregional thought (Evanoff, 2011; Carr, 2004; Thayer, 2003) are exceptions to this trend.
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).
In this timely study Van Wieren examines the theory and practice of ecological restoration to better understand its significance for environmental ethics.
This work is intended for students and new professionals involved in financing, administering, implementing, and evaluating ecological restoration projects.
But, as a sometime-member of the 'in-crowd' to which Morton refers, I found The ecological thought a compulsive read.
Chamorro and Banegil argue that green marketing philosophy means the way to conceive exchange relationships that goes beyond the current needs of the consumers: the environment should become one of the determining values of the organizational culture of the firm (to get the whole firm to be ecological (1) the marketing managers play a fundamental role).
Piling up ecological deficits is just as concerning as piling up financial deficits - both have consequences for future generations," said Rashid Sumaila, director of the UBC Fisheries Centre.
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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).
Synopsis: The ecological footprint is one of the most prominent tools used to measure environmental sustainability, and its rise in academic and policy debates since the early 1990s has been remarkable.