Ecological niche

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  • The Importance Of International Environmental Management

    Over the course of the three decades, the issue of environmental management has emerged in international debates while at the same time, countless numbers of research continues to revealed facts about pollutions, deforestation, loss of biodiversity ecological degradation and the list goes on. However, this problem has manifested into a global dabate, thus giving birth to implementation international environmental law, bilateral agreement, as well as conferences on environmental management. For…

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  • Three Pillars Of Sustainability

    an environmental country is:  Low-carbon/ save energy; related to improve the rates of energy consumption and emissions.  Water sensitive; reusing and controlling the amount of water in use.  Climate resilient; developing the capacity socio-ecological.  Zero waste; recycling, reuse and reduce the amount of waste that is produce.  Active and connected; thinking in smart projects and choices that join and develop our surroundings in an easier and more durable…

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  • Sustainable Development And Environmental Protection

    Sustainable development refers not only to meeting the needs of modern society but also to not compromising the opportunities of future generation to meet and sustain development needs. It can be summarized as the improvement of economic, ecological, and social factors. Sustainable development and environmental protection work hand in hand but are not the same. Environmental protection is an important aspect of sustainable development as it plays a major role in protecting the finite resources…

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  • Reference Ecosystem For Arimawhai Point, Great Mercury Island

    Little Barrier Island (2817ha) is a reserve located approximately 75km away from Great Mercury Island while it is not as close to Great Mercury Island as Red Mercury Island is Little Barrier Island is still in the same ecological district (McEwen, 1987) and could possibly represent a greater abundance in the diversity of species. The terrestrial bird species currently on the island tui (Prosthemadera novaeseelandiae), bellbird (Anthornis melanura), hihi (Notiomystis cincta)…

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  • The Importance Of Sustainable Development Goals

    The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), also known as the Global Goals, are a universal call for action to eradicate poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity. These 17 Goals build on the achievements of the Millennium Development Goals, while entailing new areas such as climate change, sustainable consumption, peace economic inequality, innovation and justice, among other priorities. The goals are interconnected, often the key to success on one will…

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  • Marine Spatial Planning Case Study

    to include both aspects (Birdlife International, 2003). Ehler & Douvere (2007) have attempted to address this by defining MSP as “the public process of analysing and allocating the spatial and temporal distribution of human activities to achieve ecological, economic, and social objectives that are usually specified through a political process.” This definition has been further extended by Pomeroy (2009) to include how MSP has been used to “create and establish a more rational and informed…

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  • Despair Not By Sandra Steingraber Analysis

    that education can help influence, is population control, technology, and communication. Sex education especially for women and teenagers has the ability to ensure that we maintain a balanced population growth. Population growth contributes to ecological footprints that each individual has on our environment. Furthermore, it is no doubt that education is at the forefront of technological advances. Technology and innovative ideas will add to sustainable development for future generations.…

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  • Three Aspects Of Sustainable Development

    development. According to Wikipedia , “ sustainable development is the Development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of 2014). M. Hasna states that sustainability is a function of social, economic, technological and ecological themes(M.…

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  • Case Study: Emilio Moran

    from the surrounding vegetation. This wood will only be harvested from already fallen trees instead of trees cut down via deforestation. Salvaging the fallen trees reduces money and time used to cut down tough, healthy trees. This will lower the ecological footprint of this house further by not destroying the natural surrounding habitat. The walls will be made of this wood as well, which causes the house to have a log cabin aesthetic. There will be few windows in order for heat to be trapped…

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  • Longitudinal Design

    This study is based on conceptual framework from Donabedian (1966) McCkorkle et al. 2011. Mitchel, Ferketish and Jennings (1998) state: Donabedian 's perspective was essentially linear, assuming that structures affect processes, which in turn affect outcomes. Patient characteristics are sometimes considered as mediating outcomes and clinical interventions are considered to be processes” (Mitchel, Ferketish and Jennings, 1998). Per Grove, Burns and Gray (2013), the Design of this study is a…

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