resource depletion


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resource depletion

The dissipation of assets or reserves, esp. (in health care and the environment) those that affect public health.
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Yet the associated increase in global consumption and production results in overall environmental impact, from pollution to resource depletion.
With its products and applications solutions, the company is targeting major global challenges, from resource depletion, increasing mobility and urbanization to population growth and demographic change.
With its products and applications solutions, the company is helping to meet the major challenges of our time, from climate change and resource depletion, increasing mobility and urbanization to population growth and demographic change.
The study asserts that resource depletion in Nome will eventually lessen recreational interest in the offshore public mining areas, but the economically viable placer gold found in large offshore lease tracts will most likely sustain a long-term commercial mining industry.
We may soon need two or more planets to satisfy our needs unless we curb the trends of resource depletion," the statement added.
The same goes for your electricity consumption at home - turning off the tap, using screen savers, switching off the lights and opening the window can go a long way when resource depletion is collectively seen as needing action at the individual micro level.
It is no comfort that we have become familiar with economists who live in a parallel world, away from endemic criminal banking practices, resource depletion, collapsing biodiversity, trillions of pounds at risk in the derivatives market, and the urgent need to seek development without growth.
PETA believes that animal agriculture is a contributing factor to climate change as well as natural resource depletion and pollution not to mention a venue for inhumane practices in breeding and butchering animals.
The energy experts from Cambridge University and leading Pakistani universities including LUMS, NUST and Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) deliberated on best practices of how experts in the field and academics are finding out solutions to energy problems, and working together with government in managing resource depletion and alternate solutions on non-conventional energy sources.
Dubai: It is no secret that cars are one of the biggest contributors to pollution and energy resource depletion.
Several years of financial crises, political upheaval, and natural resource depletion has caused Middle East city municipalities to re-evaluate what is required to defend themselves against future potential disasters, said a statement.
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