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ecological

(of a practice, policy, product, etc.) tending to benefit or cause minimal damage to the environment
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Pawtucket, RI, March 15, 2019 --(PR.com)-- Rhode Island Senator Sheldon Whitehouse toured Ecological Fibers' Pawtucket plant Friday, March 8 to learn about the environmental success of a homegrown New England business with distribution spanning the globe.
The main goal of the new party is facilitation of implementation of the ecological policy of the state aimed at achievement of sustainable development, environmental safety and creation of favorable environmental conditions.
The ecological crisis is always a violation of the balance between nature and the human impact on it.
This year's Earth Overshoot Day marks the earliest date it was ever recorded in history, since the world first went into ecological overshoot in the 1970s, which is really not something to be celebrated.
Major themes are the origins of the ecological revolt, foundations of the ecological movement, contradictions and shortcomings of the ecological movement, and ecological politics.
First, the Environmental Remediation: includes desert management, land restoration, ecological and technical services, eco-industrial development, ecological city operational services.
There exists one understudied topic in the historical-philosophical literature in which both goals of creating philosophy of ecological crisis as a science and reflections on the idealistic philosophy converge.
"This book has none of that" and "it also contains no ecological facts, no shocking revelations about our world, no ethical or political advice, and no grand tour of ecological thinking.
In this administration, no approval has been granted out of the ecological fund to use the fund for the non ecological issue.'
Within ecological economics, I discovered a plausible system that placed the economy inside the bounds of environmental limits, while at the same time ensuring the integrity of many shared values for Canada's diverse individuals.
Keywords: Cenopopulation of plants; Ecological diversity; Ecocenotic groups; Ecological indicator values (ecological scales); Ecological tolerance; Ecological valence; Red Book; Protected species of plants
The so-called ecological civilization, is refers to the human transformation of nature at the same time, actively improve and optimize the relationship between man and nature, building a good ecological environment material achievements and spiritual achievements (Lv,2016).

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