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As it stands, there are no technically or economically viable alternatives to intensive production for providing the bulk of the livestock food supply for growing cities," the report says.
Animal Feed Compounding--Working around the intensive production requirements of a Midlands feed supplements plant to upgrade several controllers to SpeedAC NXT operation.
Bauxite can be processed to make alumina; and coal can be used to power the energy intensive production process.
The wages - the lowest in the district - were no incentive to intensive production, they claimed yesterday, when the 11-month-old children's wear factory closed down.
These include waste disposal from intensive production sites, the introduction of non-native species, and the destruction of coastal marsh areas for the development of new production areas.
Legislation is urgently needed to safeguard animals and people against the unnecessary effect of intensive production methods, ensuring that future fish farming systems are safe,environmentally sustainable and humane.
Among the plan's proposals are: the shifting of agricultural subsidies from intensive production to sustainable development; a 20% cut in carbon emissions by 2010; changes to the planning system to ensure that it protects biodiversity; the introduction of strategic environmental assessments of all policies; and improved monitoring of the UK's species and habitats.
China will become very competitive in certain areas,'' he said, citing labor intensive production technology and electrical goods as examples.