sustainable use


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sustainable use

A term defined by the Convention on Biological Diversity (1993) as the use of components of biological diversity in a way and at a rate that does not lead to the long-term decline of biological diversity, thereby maintaining its potential to meet the needs and aspirations of present and future generations.
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Through using B5, UCO is put into sustainable use as opposed to being discarded as waste, thereby impacting the environment negatively.
In the 1970s, the Brazilian military introduced and made major investments in a new model of Amazonian development based not on sustainable use of resources from the standing forest but on farming, mineral activities, colonization, and large infrastructure projects.
The project includes an 18-month tour calling at 60 major cities, promoting biodiesel and raising awareness about sustainable use of resources along the way.
In 2003, another major UNDP project was begun on Kamchatka, this one aimed at the conservation and sustainable use of wild salmon populations.
To ensure adherence to strict standards for biodiversity conservation, sustainable use and community involvement, each venture in the fund's portfolio must collaborate with a nonprofit conservation or community organization on an ongoing basis.
A spokesperson for the authority said: "We recognise that the preservation of the fort is a concern and we are committed to finding a long-term, sustainable use that is sympathetic to the quality of the building and sensitive to the history and heritage of the site.
Ocean management plans provide tools for smarter, sustainable use of our oceans and coasts.
It recognises and supports the important independent research and development AIMS does in North Queensland for the protection and sustainable use of our marine resources.
Dealey was working in Maryland during which time he received an award from the United States Environmental Protection Agency for his entry in a competition challenging designers to create sustainable uses for vacant city lots in Baltimore City.
This initiative is part of the BLMs management goal to maintain sustainable uses and improve woodland and forest health, as well as provide valuable, tangible goods and materials that Americans rely on and use everyday.
Protecting the lake, while also promoting sustainable uses for the surrounding lands, serves as a model for communities across New England.
A redesign of the facade was welcomed, as were sustainable uses, regeneration and modernisation of the area, CEG added.
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