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... is that if we limited the number of children each family has then we also limit the negative impact on population growth and ultimately produce individuals that contribute to our the development of ecologically ...
... soil. Simply dumping greywater on the soil, from an ecological standpoint, is less damaging than sending highly treated greywater directly into natural waters. Advocates assert that there have been no ...
... and the heat island effect. Practitioners of green building often seek to achieve not only ecological but aesthetic harmony between a structure and its surrounding natural and built environment, although ...
... and takes around 4-6 years and a variety of processes involving bacteria, fungi, worms and other micro- and macro-organisms. Ecologically, in the case of some of the more complex smaller systems, the use ...
... roots in ecology as the ability of an ecosystem to maintain ecological processes, functions, biodiversity and productivity into the future. To be sustainable, nature’s resources must only be used at a ...
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