overexploit


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At the national level, environmental damage tends to be concentrated in poorer countries, which often overexploit their natural resources in order to feed overconsumption in richer countries.
She further urged citizens to never overexploit but to manage the little water at our disposal, advising that if this is done the country will be best equipped to manage the effects of the drought.
I think we, meaning Paramount and myself to some degree, have to be very vigilant and careful not to overexploit it, and I think it can be overexploited,'' ``Trek'' supervisor Berman says.
At the same time, increasing population levels and the corresponding need for land have forced people to overexploit forests and to plant their crops on soil with high erosion rates.
In the report entitled Fuelling the threat for sustainable fisheries in Europe' (1), the WWF states that such subsidies - tax exemptions on fuel or direct supporta- not only constitute a real threat to the environment since they give fishermen an incentive to spend more days at sea and consequently to overexploit resources, but they also have important economic and social consequences.
The WWF states that such subsidies - tax exemptions on fuel or direct support - not only constitute a real threat to the environment since they give fishermen an incentive to spend more days at sea and consequently to overexploit resources, but they also have important economic and social consequences.
In the report entitled Fuelling the threat for sustainable fisheries in Europe' (1), the WWF states that such subsidies - tax exemptions on fuel or direct support - not only constitute a real threat to the environment since they give fishermen an incentive to spend more days at sea and consequently to overexploit resources, but they also have important economic and social consequences.
The EU has banned tuna and swordfish imports from countries who overexploit fishing resources, the Commission said on April 29.