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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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Although elephants are Botswana's tourism magnets, these jumbos kill humans, damage farmers' property, raid and destroy crops and contribute largely to the ecological imbalance due to loosing some species.
Only self-prosperity does not work, for it could lead to ecological imbalance and it is not sustainable because ecology cannot exist by itself.
The colonists overlaid an alien system of agriculture which began the process of ecological imbalance in which the continent now finds itself and began exporting back to Europe the European foodstuffs they planted and raised.
Talking to reporter, Ali Dehlavi said extreme events are portion of damage caused by environmental degradation while its affect on crops, rural livelihood, ecological imbalance etc are not getting proper attention.
This has badly contributed to the ecological imbalance and disturbed the very cycle of the biological diversity, the climate change secretary emphasized.
In the context of ecological imbalance, the frequency of pathological pregnancy, perinatal morbidity and mortality, and miscarriage increases.
Environmental degradation, air and water pollution, ozone layer depletion, deforestation, desertification, vanishing bio diversity and land degradation have resulted in climate change and ecological imbalance. Poverty as agriculture yields are lower on degraded land, forests are depleted and access to vital livelihood resources declines.
Wildlife lawyer Sanjay Upadhyay blames the issue of crop raiding animals to manmade ecological imbalance. "The fodderbearing natural habitats of these species have been completely eliminated by humans," he says, adding that relocation of animals should be explored as an alternative option.
Under low predator pressure, several native herbivorous mammals may increase and become overabundant in areas of south-east Australia, that is, they cause an ecological imbalance leading to loss of species diversity (Table 3).
Group C: Protect but not Pollute Nature (Grades VII to IX) The world is passing though a turbulent phase due to factors such as economic recession, global warming and ecological imbalance. It is extremely important that nature has to be protected and nourished through green habits.
Seetharaman said, "Climate Change has become alarming because of fast deteriorating ecological imbalance due to rapid industrialization, urbanization, growing pollution, and greenhouse gas emission.
in this textbook, the utmost importance to prevent ecological imbalance and respect nature and all living beings is given.