conservation biology

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conservation biology

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The branch of biology that deals with the effects of humans on the environment and with the conservation of biological diversity.
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The results of the study showed that rejection or limited adoption of educational technologies in environmental conservation is often caused by lack of setting in which the educational technologies act in the conservation of natural resources.
The series is not going to get into farm-policy-type issues, but it will convey in captivating ways some of the issues modern production agriculture must deal with, such as conservation of natural resources," she continues.
The cash-strapped Iowa Department of Natural Resources has opened an online store to make a little money while promoting outdoor recreation in Iowa and conservation of natural resources.
The conference focused on greener alternatives to conventional practices in chemistry and engineering, particularly in terms of eco- and human toxicity, conservation of natural resources and the political aspects of implementing green chemistry in industry and academia.
But for the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), there are three components 1) It makes a positive contribution to the conservation of natural resources, with biodiversity foremost among them; 2) It offers alternative livelihoods for the traditional, indigenous or local communities that are the stewards of their ecosystems; and, 3) It has a very strong component of environmental education for hosts and guests.
The conference will focus on how conservation of natural resources is linked to local, regional, national, and global concerns.
The study found that: (1) of all the students surveyed (n=66), 52% reported a great increase in knowledge of environmental issues as a result of taking an environmental studies course; and (2) of all students surveyed, 57% indicated a status of "very important" on issues relating to the conservation of natural resources.
Earthwatch Europe, a charity which aims to promote the sustainable conservation of natural resources and cultural heritage through education and scientific research, won the animals and environment award.
CLWA joined the California Urban Water Conservation Council, which is a partnership of agencies and organizations concerned about the water supply and conservation of natural resources, and agreed to implement 14 water conservation practices in the Santa Clarita Valley.
SierraPine said the slogan, "We will do whatever it takes at every level within our organization to help our customers grow profitably", and logo, which added "Composite Solutions," reflect the reorganization of the company's sales and marketing functions to a "customer intimate" focus and reveals its continual commitment to the conservation of natural resources.
Site specific orientation was therefore not possible, but functional requirements, conservation of natural resources and solar energy use were paramount considerations.

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