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Antonyms for environmentalism

the philosophical doctrine that environment is more important than heredity in determining intellectual growth

the activity of protecting the environment from pollution or destruction

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Environmental protection performance the origin or sources of constituents, aggregates, binders, fines, additives and additives, and their mode of supply 3% -
The total environmental protection expenditures are allocated by ecological use as follows: the greatest is the share of expenditures on circulating water supply (25.
Premier LI noted that energy conservation and environmental protection industries will play a key role throughout the modernization process of China, implying broad market potential and extensive business opportunities.
The Walters redevelopment plan allows for relocation and protection of these species under a management plan put together by the Pinelands Commission and the Department of Environmental Protection.
Guidelines for Ensuring and Maximizing the Quality, Objectivity, Utility, and Integrity of Information Disseminated by the Environmental Protection Agency.
Named the Toyota Environmental Protection Aid Program for China's Youth, the program will receive 3.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
Ann Coulter's Treason contains one passing reference to the Environmental Protection Agency.
To monitor progress toward that goal, Consigli's Environmental Protection Committee meets monthly and reviews the stares of the waste management activities of each project and of the company as a whole.
who tackled the issue of exhaust desulfurization at the power firm's factories, and Yasunori Hegi, who worked on environmental protection at the Yawata plant of Nippon Steel Corp.
GERMANY--With a theme of "innovative environmental solutions for an enduring foundry industry,' the International Conference on Environmental Protection will be held May 24-25 in Leipzig, Germany.
cepacia is regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act; however, the use of naturally occurring, nonpathogenic bacteria as bioremedial agents is essentially unregulated.
For nearly three decades, there has been a debate about the relationship between traditional environmental health programs carried out by health departments, and environmental protection programs, usually managed by state and local environmental agencies.
An Environmental Protection Agency document published in September 1985 found that volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions from beer fermentation were negligible.
l In 1991, 26 nations drafted a Protocol on Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty.
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