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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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According to these results we can say that the activities of the studied iron foundry determine certain actions outside the allowable limits, causing disruption of life forms and ecological imbalances.
Soil erosion and sedimentation in semi-arid Tanzania: studies of environmental change and ecological imbalance.
He said Climate Change has become alarming because of fast deteriorating ecological imbalance due to rapid industrialization, urbanization, growing pollution, and greenhouse gas emission.
They fear that setting- up hydel projects could lead to ecological imbalance.
Summary: JEDDAH: Saudi environmentalists have expressed their fear of imminent extinction of several rare marine species and a resulting ecological imbalance caused by unsupervised fishing in the Red Sea.
Experts are of the view that the tigers are not getting sufficient food in Kishanpur sanctuary due to scarcity of herbivorous animals that has resulted from geological and ecological imbalance.
The enormous single-day effort serves as a demonstration of simple, timely, cost-effective solutions to widespread global ecological imbalance.