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However, the NRC paper identifies major threats to the economic and environmental benefits of bioengineered crop cultivation through weed resistance problems and other effects which "are likely to become more numerous as it is applied to a greater variety of crops.
But the environmental benefits of going green are an afterthought in the report and in the Legislature, where debate rages over energy policy.
The Solaire has two greenroofs, a lower 19th floor greenroof garden--an area with dedicated paths and deeper planting beds that is heavily used by the building's tenants, and the upper roof which has a very thin, "extensive" greenroof treatment that was installed for energy savings and environmental benefits alone, with no tenant access.
These new regulations are establishing a market for Renewable Energy Credits (RECs), which can be sold to companies that are required to either produce renewable energy themselves or buy paper credits representing the environmental benefits of an energy, project.
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Selling the story of how biotechnology is delivering both economic and environmental benefits to corn, soybean and canola farmers in Canada is important.
FPL President Paul Evanson said the effort will explain the environmental benefits of converting the 22-year-old oil burning plant to Orimulsion.
Benefits In comparison with other foundry processes, these metalcasters praise the process for its superior surface quality, near net shapes, reduced wear on patterns, zero draft, better tolerances, reduced labor and environmental benefits.