Environmental preference

Environmental preference

To revise product specifications, policies, and/or purchasing contract terms to request or give preference to products or services that minimize impacts on the environment throughout the process of manufacture, distribution, use, reuse and recycling, and disposal.
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For example, the result, + F3:3, reported for the biology major's environmental preference for sound in Tables 2 and 5 indicate.
Both pocket monsters are al nocturnal, since (http://www.ibtimes.com/pokemon-sun-moon-update-rattata-snorlax-munchlax-added-pokedex-alola-forms-z-moves-2410648) Rattata was forced to modify its circadian rhythm and environmental preference in its decision to avoid its mortal enemy, Yungoos.
An "ecolabel" is a label which identifies overall, proven environmental preference of a product or service within a specific product/service category.
These are an indicator of overall environmental preference in a product category.
In this study, students were given a Productivity Environmental Preference Survey (PEPS) (Dunn, Dunn & Price, 1998) to identify their learning style profiles.
This section examines the relations between the responses on the various scales of environmental preference and the perceived productivity.
For example, at the College of Notre Dame of Maryland, in Baltimore, students in some Learning Theory and Practice courses are required to take the Myers-Briggs Personality Inventory and Dunn and Dunn's Productivity Environmental Preference Survey.
He said: ``This is particularly so in an area like Montgomeryshire where producers have responded positively to the political and environmental preference for a better balance between cattle and sheep.
'We believe that this is particularly so in an area like Montgomeryshire where LFA farms generally consist of improved pastures and where producers have responded positively to the political and environmental preference for a better balance between cattle and sheep,' said Mr Hughes, who farms at Meifod.
Of course, one of the great strengths of this industry is that you are selling what EPA likes to call environmentally preferable products." Ah, but there's the tricky part, because environmental preference is an incredibly complex issue.
We used the Productivity Environmental Preference Survey (PEPS)(57) to analyze the learning styles of seventy-six first-year law school students in a legal research and writing course at St.
The five participating teachers were enrolled in a twelve-hour course entitled "Accommodating Student Learning Preferences in the Classroom." They discovered their own learning styles through the Productivity Environmental Preference Survey (Dunn, Dunn & Price, 1986), the adult version of the Learning Style Inventory, which was used in this study to identify students' preferences.

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