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Alaska, South Dakota, and Montana have the greatest ecological reserves.
This will build upon student's own understanding of abstract ecological laws.
Despite recording a surplus of 28 per cent of GDP in 2007, "its ecological deficits are the worst in the world," said Sumaila,
He concludes that wetland restoration poses complex ecological challenges that require major cooperation between different regions, states and sometimes countries.
Only when empirical data are available is it possible to confirm that an ecological fallacy is present.
Third, ecological modernization is often used as a synonym for strategic environmental management, industrial ecology, eco-restructuring, and so on (Hawken, 1993; Ayes, 1998).
A relationship is established between the ecological crisis and the sin of "placing wealth as the presiding deity of economic and political structures by this Carbon civilization" (M.
Among which: EF stands for total ecological footprint; N for population; [e.
The lack of motivation for a 'global environmental stimulus package' is, according to CSIRO senior principal research scientist Dr Keith Bristow, (2) due to a misconception about the nature of ecological infrastructure.
In the short term, Toyota's aim is for Ecological Plastic to be used for up to 60 per cent of a car's interior components.
Ecological Plastic is used for foam and injection-moulded parts in the new Prius including the seat cushions, scuff plates and deck trim.
Ecological products are much in demand, and the focus on renewable raw materials and recyclable goods is becoming key in architectural circles.