habitable area

habitable area

The gross floor area of an occupied dwelling, not including the basement, garage, or crawl spaces.
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The biggest challenge facing the people of NASA and other private sector experts is how to be able to place a mass of about 30 to 40 tonnes which is the estimated amount required in creating a habitable area for humans in the red planet.
This is the reason why retail giants believe in investing in expansion and marking their territories in every habitable area possible.
The 'micro nation' of Sealand, which has a habitable area of just 550sq m, is a Maunsell Sea Fort constructed in 1942, six miles off the Suffolk coast, built originally as HM Fort Roughs.
The Alliance of Religions and Conservation (ARC), a non-governmental organization based in the United Kingdom, estimates that religions own up to 7 percent of the habitable area of the world.
The Borneo Rainforest Rehabilitation Project aims to restore the rainforests of Sabah, Malaysia and grow the habitable area for wildlife such as orang-utans, sun bears, gibbons, pygmy elephants and the critically endangered Sumatran Rhino.
The publication reveals that agriculture uses more than 50% of the habitable area of the planet, including land not suitable for it.
At 3,500 square feet of habitable area, the LifeVillage has the unique potential to provide a solar powered clinic and/or schoolhouse, residences, purified water, refrigeration and modern communications facilities.
If rural communities are to remain living, habitable areas for people as well as wildlife, farming needs the support it deserves.
Significant parts of the habitable areas are held and owned by the private sector.
While the majority of trees are within the woodlands, this still leaves a great many trees within close proximity to properties and habitable areas," said the report.