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Products offer safer choices for environmentally sensitive areas
Because they do not leach or contain toxic materials, they are an excellent choice for environmentally sensitive areas.
The Mirwaiz said Kashmiris were not against providing services to the pilgrims, but the macadamised road up to the cave would result in felling of trees and increase in pollution, which would lead to an ecological imbalance in the environmentally sensitive area.
Slack says in Nunavut and the Northwest Territories, mine owners realize it's good corporate citizenship to include Native groups when working in environmentally sensitive areas and in dealing with cultural issues.
The new regime aims to secure widespread green benefits on farmed land and replaces the current Countryside Stewardship Scheme and the Environmentally Sensitive Areas scheme.
South Korean Anglican, Buddhist, Catholic, Protestant, and Won Buddhist religious leaders have appealed to a Buddhist nun to stop a hunger strike that has reportedly gone more than 90 days in protest against the digging of a railway tunnel through a mountain that has environmentally sensitive areas.
We are building it on the other side of town so that instead of simply flooding the environmentally sensitive areas, people would spend their nights in town, and visit restaurants and shops.
Farmers whose agreements under the old Countryside Stewardship and Environmentally Sensitive Area schemes expire next year are being given the chance to apply early to join the higher level of the Government's new environmental project.