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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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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.
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.
According to Ecology Global Network, despite the increasing usage of electronic devices and a growing digitalisation process, nearly four billion trees worldwide are still cut down each year for paper, representing about 35 per cent of all harvested trees whose rate has been outpacing growth for many years, creating an ecological imbalance.
The president explained the disappearance of species led to an ecological imbalance, impinging on the environment.
Designed to rid fields of pests, it instead caused a major ecological imbalance, allowing insects to spread unchecked.
Prafulla Soni, Scientist & Head of Ecology & Environment, Forest Research Institute (FRI), Dehradun, accentuated on ecological imbalance prevailing worldwide and the importance of Environmental Intervention as an effective CSR tool for bringing social change.
There are so many issues which can be discussed, such as economic ones, solutions for the recession, ways to tackle unemployment, removal of inequalities, ecological imbalance and inter-cultural, sports and other problems.
But the man-made ecological imbalance threatens these species with extinction.
The representative of the Social Liberal Party (PSL) pointed out that climate change is a constant threat to sustainable development, explaining that ecological imbalance and increasing pollution could lead in the short term to the disappearance of many plant and animal species.
Environmental protection is a permanent concern of scientists and all those who feel uncontrolled pollution as a factor that can also cause significant economic losses and irreversible ecological imbalance (Rusu, 2002).
The real problem is a global economy that has created a planetary ecological imbalance.