Ecological impact

Ecological impact

The effect that a human-caused or natural activity has on living organisms and their nonliving environment.
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Technical valuepertinence of commitment to the manag~r approach and the use of materials with a low ecological impact 20% -
It is going to have a huge ecological impact, damaging the community long term, and will provide no long term economic benefits.
If every Work it Out were followed through, a reader would complete a huge range of thinking and activities, including user surveys, watching Point of View videos of roller coasters in action, considering ecological impact and safety modifications.
Kataeb then voiced objection to any developmental project whose ecological impact was not demonstrated by liable sides.
The first two cases provoked public outrage not only for their ecological impact after revelations that Petroperu officials paid local residents, including children, paltry wages to clean up spilled crude oil without even minimal protections.
The prime minister gave instructions to continue conducting further studies with the Russian side relating to ecological impact and water, adding that the government will take into consideration all studies and their findings and will take the appropriate decision accordingly.
Its focus is history, not only of pilgrims and tourists and governments, but of water levels and the ecological impact of this important body of water.
Hydrogen is one of the many projects we have developed to reduce our ecological impact.
In choosing cloth, one of the biggest factors for my partner and me was the ecological impact.
The cabinets isolate and trap biological and chemical vapors to prevent operator exposure and cross contamination and eliminate ecological impact through chemical release into the environment.
This study is expected to establish the selected profile of the sea urchin microbiome, as it may pertain to future medical research and contextual ecological impact.
Something I've not heard mentioned once is the potential ecological impact once drones begin to share many properties with wildlife, including size, shape and population density," wrote commenter bruzote.