The book 'Natural Resources Conservation Law' by Sairam Bhat recognizes this and, quite successfully, presents the problems and challenges that natural resource conservation pose.
What does NRC stand for?
NRC stands for Natural Resource Conservation
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We have 355 other meanings of NRC in our Acronym Attic
- National Research Centre (various countries)
- National Research Corporation
- National Research Council (various countries)
- National Research Council Canada
- National Resource Center
- National Resource Center on Homelessness and Mental Illness (Delmar, New York)
- National Response Center
- National Revenue Center
- NATO-Russia Council
- Natural Resource Community
- Natural Resources Camp (various locations)
- Natural Resources College
- Nature Reviews Cancer (American Association for Cancer Research)
- Navy Reserve Center
- Nearly Robust Code
- Negotiated Rulemaking Committee
- Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation
- Neilson Research Corporation (Medford OR)
- Nestle Research Centre (various locations)
- Net Replacement Cost
Samples in periodicals archive:
Department of Agriculture (USDA) Natural Resource Conservation Service, IPM involves monitoring, determining tolerable injury levels and applying appropriate strategies.
Department of Agriculture's Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS).
Rauhe said the organization was encouraged by the performance of the DCH 3kW fuel cell, delivered earlier this year to the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, and interested in testing the next-generation product with the added natural gas reformer.
Nature, left alone, will not heal these waste lands in my lifetime," says Sam Depue, Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) district conservationist.
Natural resource conservation is not an isolated issue, neither is it a government only responsibility.
The SBC's vision of the Sierra Nevada's social, environmental and financial health is linked to natural resource conservation, and thus the association of economic growth with environmental sustainability is seen by both DNC and the SBC as essential to building regional wealth and prosperity for current residents and future generations.
The tendency is to only look at vegetative management for these stewardship programs, but we believe that's way too limiting a view," says Mary Mitsos of the Pinchot Institute for Conservation, a Washington, DC-based natural resource conservation organization.