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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 trustees would center on restoration early in the process while also integrating natural resource injury assessments with ongoing remedial assessment and cleanup work.
In debates about natural resource management and sustainable development, from planners' and policy makers' viewpoint, the utilizers have been considered as one of the target groups and their empowerment and attracting their participation as a large part of human sources living in rural areas, are vertices of programs of development organizations in different countries.
THE Centre submitted before the Supreme Court ( SC) on Tuesday that auction cannot be the only method for allocation of natural resources as there is a requirement for flexibility to ensure that such resources are used for advancement of the country.
Summary: In response to tremendous growth opportunities in global natural resources business sector, Dubai World today announced the formation of a new business unit, Dubai Natural Resources World, designed to explore new long-term investment avenues, while contributing positively towards sustainable development.
If the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) is the landlord for crown lands we want them to invest the equity wisely," he says.
Royalty trusts provide income-oriented taxpayers with opportunities to invest in natural resources, realize cash flows and participate in the tax benefits afforded this specialized industry.
The responsible parties may then be required to pay compensation for natural resource damages, independent of any other required remedial actions.
Tom Hagan, the base natural resource manager and wildlife biologist, and Wanda Deal, assistant natural resource manager, say the Air Force has steadily stripped away environmental oversight from government workers and handed those duties over to private contractors.
863-1(b) provides that gross r eceipts from the sale outside the United States of natural resource products derived from inside the United States are allocated based on the fair market value of the product at the "export terminal.
States, intergovernmental organizations and other partners need to step up efforts to better integrate natural resource management into post-conflict reintegration programmes, according to a new UN report.
But there are risks in codifying any rigid approach to natural resource access.

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