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natural resource

[′nach·rəl ′rē‚sȯrs]
(materials)
A deposit of minerals, water, or other materials furnished by nature.
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The city of Seattle is acting responsibly to resolve its liability for injuries to natural resources by acting to restore those resources by creatively utilizing restoration credits, said Assistant Attorney General John C.
Among these, roots and causes of natural resources destruction by farmers, their needs, desires, and capabilities, as well as identifying ways to attract local utilizers' partnership in implementation of protection and restoration of natural resources plans, including consideration of the utilizers' role in the protection and restoration of natural areas should be seriously considered [8].
Vahanvati said that the direction pertaining to auction as the only method for allocation of natural resources is based on the wrong assumption that the ' public trust doctrine' extends to all natural resources.
The ever-increasing consumption of natural resources has created an unsustainable situation globally that demands a proper balance in supply and demand.
Joining Hagan and Deal in filing the suit is a group called Public Employees for Environment Responsibility, a nonprofit organization comprised of government scientists, land managers, environmental law enforcement and other natural resource workers.
The proposed regulations resolve certain issues that arise under the new consolidated return regulations "single entity" rule in respect of natural resource taxpayers with in-bound transactions.
A human rights argument about natural resources can easily become one extreme of a two-extreme argument," says Carl Bauer, a research fellow at Resources for the Future (RFF), a nonprofit policy think tank in Washington, D.
Real was recently named to chair a new Natural Resource Damages subcommittee for the Environmental Business Council of the Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey.
The trustees would center on restoration early in the process while also integrating natural resource injury assessments with ongoing remedial assessment and cleanup work.
By the same token, environmental scientists have begun to realize that information held as classified by security officials can be useful in understanding natural resource dynamics.

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