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In rehabilitation, a process for managing fatigue by prioritizing goals and time use, simplifying tasks, and organizing the environment to make necessary work more efficient.
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Conserving energy is not only the right thing to do, but it is our responsibility to do it."
The team created the project in line with the three themes of the expo, meaning that Light Up creates an opportunity for countries and citizens, offers sustainability in terms of conserving energy and provides mobility.
Contrary to widespread belief, high school seniors and incoming college freshmen (nicknamed "Millennials") care less about conserving energy or taking personal action to help the planet than previous generations, according to a recent study that analyzed 40 years of research.
Xu Shehui said that this technology would help the country to bridge the gap of electricity shortfall by conserving energy for the rapid industrial and agricultural development.
Sheikh Nasser added that holding such conference will bring benefits to the activities of sustainable development of the society, noting that protecting earth is a joint responsibility and that conserving energy is one of the common issues related to the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) which the world seeks to fulfill by 2015.Further, H.H.
The expo will also aim to raise awareness among the general public about the importance of conserving energy and water resources and how this will catalyze Bahrain's future economic growth.
Initial investment is needed but it will go a long way in conserving energy for our future.
The eco committee at the school has been working with pupils, staff and the community to make the school more sustainable through a range of events and activities with an emphasis on improving the environment, reducing waste and conserving energy.
It is also capable of altering power usage in relation to the length of its cable, conserving energy use for both the user and the environment without affecting performance, the company said.
Rail runner Horse who prefers to run next to inside rail Rank The behaviour of a hard-pulling horse who fights his rider Rate To travel sweetly off the pace conserving energy for later Receiving barn Structure where horses are isolated for a period of time before a race
NCR added that with the machines conserving energy and paper, and requiring fewer engineering call outs, they had a significantly reduced carbon footprint.
Rendell's Energy Independence Strategy, saying it mirrors the tenets of the growing green building industry with its goals of conserving energy, reducing pollution, and spurring innovation and economic growth.