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Eric Dinerstein was a film student who never thought he'd be tracking tigers in Nepal--but before he graduated he became interested in biology and conservation and would one day journey around the world studying nature.
This wholesale divestiture of industrial timberlands has also galvanized conservation groups alarmed by the threat to biodiversity.
There's ways for the federal government to lead when it comes to conservation," Bush added.
Recently, the Tax Court considered the deductibility of a conservation easement to a charity.
Getting the right practices, in the right places, at the right time, and at the right scale is what makes conservation effective.
The DOE, in response to the energy crunch at that time, supported energy conservation on a large-scale.
The city paid the company $300,000 for 10 acres worth of conservation credits.
The Ontario Forest Industry Association (OFIA) is cautioning Ontario Parks to avoid opening up the possibility of adding any new provincial parks, wilderness areas and conservation reserves in the province as it opens up Ontario's legislation affecting the province's parks.
War and Tropical Forests: Conservation in Areas of Armed Conflict
The USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service signs a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the American Seed Trade Association (ASTA) to promote better exchange of seed technology.
DUE TO THE IRREPLACEABILITY OF MATERIALS as well as the innumerable variations in physical condition and storage needs, special collections present many challenges to preservation and conservation professionals.
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