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Sustaining Wild Species Chapter 16. Review: Explain the difference in genetic diversity, species richness, and ecosystem diversity.

roles in the biological communities where it is found. Sea Otter Three Levels of Extinction Biological Extinction: Occurs when a species is no longer found anywhere on the earth. Biological extinction is FOREVER!!! Endangered vs. Threatened What is the differ ence in the terms endangered and threatened? Endangered: has so few individual survivors that the species could soon become extinct over all or most of its natural/

UNIT 3 – BELIEFS IN SOCIETY. TOPIC 1: THEORIES OF RELIGION What is religion? Substantive definition – Exclusive; they draw a clear line between religious.

the role of religion in underpinning the core values of any culture, and the social norms which regulate people’s behaviour. The set of moral beliefs and values in religion may become so deeply ingrained through socialisation that it may have an effect on the everyday behaviour of believers and non- believers alike. For example, if the social rules about killing, stealing and adultery are broken, most individuals/

Vision 2050 From ‘Business as Usual’ to a Sustainable Future Nine billion people all living well, and within the limits of the planet.

next two decades because of shifting economic and political trends. These demographic changes are good for individual prosperity but will increase demand for already vulnerable natural resources. Sustainable practices in the production phase of products and services will/ and future fossil fuel emissions. By 2020, deliver improved understanding of the role of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS), real change in the recognition of CCS in national and international policy and ideally, a Final Investment Decision (/

From Law of the Sea to Ocean Governance: UNCED, WSSD, Rio + 20 and Beyond Professor David VanderZwaag Canada Research Chair in Ocean Law and Governance.

roles of non-legal disciplines such as ethics, sociology, ecology, economics and engineering in public policy formation +Growing skepticism towards the primacy of science and expert opinions in reaching decisions +Increasing “legitimacy” burden on decision-makers in light of competing social interests (such as full employment and a clean environment) and social values towards nature (commodity vs. place to be preserved or conserved/publicly available assessments of whether individual bottom fishing /

 Broadly viewed… Natural Resource-Based Tourism is not viable without Conservation and Recreation.  Symbiotic relationship— the three mutually complement.

the community  roles for involved community members  shared experiences  opportunities for further community development  contributions to the general quality of life in a community26 47/ 82 Successful Rural Tourism Development Citizens Residents Special Interest Groups Elected Officials Government Agencies Businesses Media Conservation Groups Resource Managers Marketers & Promoters Tourism Planners & Developers 48/ 82 Amenity Values are values we place on the natural resource amenities of:  Clean Air/

Chapter 2 The origins of the sustainability problem.

.1 amenity services flow directly from the environment to individuals. The biosphere provides humans with recreational facilities and other sources of pleasure and stimulation. The role of the natural environment in regard to amenity services can be appreciated by imagining its absence, as would be the case for the occupants of a space vehicle. In many cases the flow to individuals of amenity services does not directly involve any consumptive/

Mt Kenya University EGE 412: ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION Credit Hours: 3 Pre-requisites: EGE 122 and EGE 222 George Eshiamwata.

: The protection, preservation, management, or restoration of natural environments and the ecological communities that inhabit them. Conservation is generally held to include the management of human use of natural resources for current public benefit and sustainable social and economic utilization. Environmental conservation or protection is a practice of protecting the environment, on individual, organizational or governmental level, for the benefit of the natural environment and (or) humans. Environmental/

IPP (Individual Program Plan) Rights and Responsibilities

families be effective in meeting the goals stated in the individual program plan, reflect the preferences and choices of the consumer, and reflect the cost-effective use of public resources. IPP: Lanterman Act WIC 4646 Intention of the IPP (b) The individual program plan is developed through a process of individualized needs determination. The individual with developmental disabilities and, where appropriate, his or her parents, legal guardian or conservator, or authorized representative/

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Living Collections: Combined Vision The Garden will enhance its roles as both a trusted resource for plant and conservation issues and as an advocate for plants. The Garden will make critical contributions to plant conservation through its scientific expertise, unique living collections, leadership role in conservation policy, strong international partnerships, and the dissemination of information about plants and the natural and built communities they inhabit. Science, Academic Programs, and/


Conference on the Conservation and Utilisation of Resources (UNCCUR). The aim was the management and conservation of natural resources, important to the reconstruction of devastated areas. The resolution determined the competence of the UN over environmental matters – more recently resulting in the 1972 Stockholm Conference and the 1992 UNCED. UNCCUR was held from august 17 to September 6 in N.Y. State and was attended by over 1,000 individuals from more/

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, Demand Policy, Planning, and Development Core Indicators of Sustainable Tourism a International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources b The composite indices are largely composed of site-specific variables. Consequently, the identification and evaluation of the indicators composing these indices require on-site direction from an appropriately trained and experienced observer. In the future, based on the experiences in designing composite indicators for specific sites, it may/

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Young Adult Network of the National Farmworker Ministry College of Arts & Humanities YAYA is a collective of individuals that stands in solidarity with /s lives and roles in our globalized world. Caliber of Reflection Scholarship ($100) Intentional reflection must take place in order to thoughtfully/faces, education about natural resource conservation will be pivotal to the future success of the University of Central Florida. Graduate Engagement Scholarship ($400) Excellence in quality of project design and/


, life expectancy. Standard of Living Standard of living is a function of the level of development in a country, measured by factors such as the amount of personal income, levels of education, food consumption, life expectancy, availability of health care, ways natural resources are used, level of technology, and others. The best title for the diagram above is — A Characteristics of Developing Nations B Characteristics of Industrialized Nations C Characteristics of a Free-Enterprise/

Land, Environment and Natural Resources

is responsible for ratifying grant of rights or concessions for exploitation of any natural resources in Kenya Role of the University of Nairobi Internal governance and management of land, environment and natural resources Adopt policies and align existing ones to the Constitution – Land use policy Environment policy Natural resources policy Sustainable land use – e.g Conservation of own lands. planned increase of tree cover in its own lands Comply with requirements of NEMA regarding environmental standards/

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an individual’s ethics play a major role. A high level of personal moral development may not prevent an individual from violating the law in a complicated organizational context.* Peer pressure. Sense of association. Wearing religious symbol in work/a guiding principle of our mission statement. We jointly fulfill this commitment with partners (employees), at all levels of the company, by getting involved together to help build stronger communities and conserve natural resources. In our communities Starbucks/

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local biodiversity. Groves provides many ecological, environmental and socio-cultural functions to the society. In the context of the recent concern over the high rates of deforestation and natural resource use, the sacred groves offer a potential tool and model to revisit and explore the possibilities of conservation of biological diversity. CLASSIFICATION OF SACRED GROVES Traditional Sacred Groves – It is the place where the village deity resides, who is/

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1 Role of Local, State and Federal Agencies in E&SC Issued May 2009 Level IB: Advanced Fundamentals Seminar Education and Training Requirements for Individuals Involved in Land Disturbing Activities 2 Overview Agencies Involved Local –Local Issuing Authorities (Cities/Counties) –Local Issuing Authorities with Memorandums of Agreement State –Georgia Soil and Water Conservation Commission –Soil and Water Conservation Districts –Environmental Protection Division Federal –Natural Resources Conservation Service /

Ralph Waldo Emerson, Self-Reliance (1844)

Railroad The increase acquaintance it has given the American people with the boundless resources of their own soil. By fifty years the planting of tracts of land, the choice of water privileges, the working of mines, and other natural advantages. Railroad iron is a magician’s rod, in its power to evoke the sleeping energies of land and water. Commerce is important to America This is the good and/

HANDLING CONSERVATION DISTRICT FUNDS OVERVIEW  KRS Statutes  County Funds  State Funds  Other Funds  5 things to remember.

that it takes to put conservation on the ground. Each of these groups provides a unique role and in some cases, provides an equal responsibility in the partnership. But they all provide leadership and the promotion of the wise use of our natural resources. Roles of the Key Partners  The Local Conservation District Identify resource concerns Identify resource concerns Work with local citizens Work with local citizens Promote conservation Promote conservation Provide “grass roots” support-You/

Biological Control of Insect Pests

. Early history of the field of ecology reflected the interest of ecologists in determining a theoretical structure to explain the observed patterns of population dynamics in order to identify the relative role of factors responsible for causing population change. Understanding of natural control to which the majority of biological control specialists subscribe is that populations exists at a characteristic abundance, which is defined as the long-term expected numbers of individuals in a population/

Farmer-Based Extension for SLM in Africa

’s groups raised cash income through collectively managed tree nurseries Co-benefits Community-based extension methodology and system instituted. Major increase in tree cover in project districts Reduced pressure on natural forests by creating on-farm fuel, pole and fodder resources Conservation of indigenous tree species on farms Source: Literature search Case 3. Community-farmer group support program: Leadership for Green Agriculture and Community Well-Being/

Established in 1982 by a group of committed and concerned individuals, both within and outside the government. The objective-to focus attention on the.

and the need to prevent and reverse the degradation processes. Also to mobilise large-scale interventions in improving land management technologies and institutions. Established in 1982 by a group of committed and concerned individuals, both within and outside the government. The objective-to focus attention on the degraded natural resources of the country and the need to prevent and reverse the degradation processes. Also to mobilise large/

Rattan Species Diversity Training Workshop on Forest Biodiversity Conservation and Management of Forest Genetic Resources Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 5 - 16.

) than unlogged forest (20; 8691), where edaphic factor plays a role in rattan species diversity. Flood-proned alluvium is rich in rattan (19; 6856), while well-drained alluvium has the least (13; 2061). Elevated areas on laterite and shale have 17 and 18 rattan species, respectively. The latter has the most number of individuals (9887 individuals per ha.) Species Richness Rattan species diversity is influence by/

Conservation Authorities Act Headwaters Workshop Eastern Region February 25 th, 2011 Garden Inn, Ottawa International Airport Don Maciver MCIP, RPP Director.

Act or policy; interpreted (by a Committee) as meaning this based on a pattern in decisions over the years by the Ontario Mining and Lands Commissioner who conducts hearings on appeal of CA decisions on behalf of the Minister of Natural Resources * Draft Guidelines to Support Conservation Authority Administration of the “Development, Interference with Wetlands and Alteration to Shorelines and Watercourse Regulation”, MNR/CO, April 18, 2008 (unapproved/


life Our affinity for parks and wildlife Keeping of pets High value of real estate with views of natural lands Nature deficit disorder = alienation from the natural environment May be behind the emotional and physical problems of the young Resources: “Biophilic Design” (film); Last Child in the Woods by Reichard Louv Approaches to Conservation 9-42 Conservation biology addresses habitat degradation and species loss Conservation biology = understanding the factors, forces, and processes/

Declaration of the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment

Government and Non- government organizations that have led to environmental protection in our country. They have led to a growing interest in environmental protection and conservation of nature and natural resources. The traditional conservation practices that were part of ancient India’s culture have however gradually disappeared Among the large number of institutions that deal with environmental protection and conservation, a few well-known organizations include government organisations such as the/

Approach to Studying Natural Resources Law Chapter 1: Offers different perspectives that are essential to understanding the legal and policy issues Chapter.

Services –Important “economic” values that are difficult to quantify and often ignored in natural resource decisionmaking The Problem of “Discounting” –Discounting makes sense when you are attempting to assess the future value of goods that are easily monetized –Discounting may not make sense for intangible assets such as human life, wilderness, aesthetic resources The Conservation/Preservation Debate –Gifford Pinchot vs. John Muir –The debate continues today Why/

Conservation and Ethics I.Ethics II.The VALUE of BIODIVERSITY A.Instrumental 1)Goods 2)Services 3)Information 4)Psycho-spiritual 5)Tools of Economic Valuation.

? “In developing ideas about the overall value of biodiversity it has been natural to draw on existing arguments about values of individual species (for review, see World Conservation Union 1980; Norton 1988). Commodity value and other direct use values have intuitive appeal because they reflect known values. But a key problem is that species need to be preserved for reasons other than any known value as resources/

Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America (1835)

vindicated,” which is his reference to a divine creator. Last section addresses women and their role in nature as a “lily among thorns” to be “not man’s slave, but his companion.” Bancroft places women in an inferior role with subtle hints of the superiority of men. In concluding his speech, he hopes that following generations will approach…”not only toward unity, but universality.” Meaning even more enlightenment/

Towards decentralised governance of natural resources, a process of change with a case study of CBNRM in Botswana Wageningen International Kumasi, May.

assuming these will translate in conservation efforts; Through community conservation more natural resources can be conserved (in addition to isolated parks and reserves in which small or migratory populations may not be sustained). Collaborative NRM generally focuses on community involvement: f.i. those principles and practices that argue that conservation goals should be pursued by strategies that emphasize the role of local residents in decision-making about natural resources (Hulme and Murphree, 2001/

Politics and Religion Dr. Troy Gibson.

, Deut 1:1-17 Comparing Covenants and Contracts: Covenants use Broad instead of Narrow language (no loopholes) Covenants are solemn sacred promises instead of cold legal words on paper Covenants are social/communitarian in nature instead of individual (We instead of I) Covenants identify a collective purpose and identity Covenants are validated or sealed in the presence of and by an external higher authority, typically God *Think about a/

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close range Ex situ (“off site”) Conservation 36 Disadvantages Only a small number of individuals can be catered for. Difficult and expensive to create and sustain the right environment. Less successful than in situ methods – many species do not breed successfully in captivity. Species cannot adapt when introduced to their natural habitat Problems of acceptance of introduced member by existing members Choose individuals from different areas – maintains / increases genetic/

Health Consequences of Environmental Degradation and Social Injustice Martin Donohoe, M.D., F.A.C.P.

all humans (UNDP) Less than 4% of the combined wealth of the 225 richest individuals in the world would pay for ongoing access to basic education, health care (including reproductive health care), adequate food, safe water, and adequate sanitation for all humans (UNDP) George Orwell “Some people are more equal than others” Hudson River, 2009 Maldistribution of Wealth/Resources Threatens National Security and Requires a Permanent/

Mission Statement The primary aims of the NNF are to promote sustainable development, to conserve biological diversity and natural ecosystems, and to.

our mission, the following objectives are upheld: Initiate, support and promote activities that conserve Namibias environment, protect biological diversity and foster the sustainable and ethical use of natural resources; Support and promote initiatives which strengthen Namibian institutions to better understand and manage natural resources Plan, develop, implement and administer projects in support of the mission Provide small grants to worthy environmental initiatives, particularly those linked to socio/

Courses Mapped to be Considered in the CLIMASP Program with Short Description of Each Jerash University Development of Interdisciplinary Program on Climate.

attempts to achieve a more efficient and equitable allocation. ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS 11 Economic analysis of natural resource use and conservation. Includes analyses of the use of fuel, forest, marine and biodiversity resources. Focuses on evaluating natural resource use in terms of efficiency and sustainability, and designing regulations for correcting inefficient and unsustainable resource markets RESOURCES ECONOMICS 11 11 COURSE DESCRIPTION COURSE NAMEFACULTYCONC. AREA This course will provide an/

 Our planet-earth (biosphere) contains more than 20 million species of organisms. But, of which only 1.4 million species have been identified so far.

, floods, forest fires. Disadvantages of In-situ Conservation 1. A large surface area of the earth is required to preserve the biodiversity. 2. Maintenance of the habitats is not proper, due to shortage of staff and pollution.  Ex-situ conservation involves protection of fauna and flora outside the natural habitats.  This type of conservation is mainly done for conservation of crop varieties and the wild relatives of crops. Role of Ex-situ conservation 1.It involves maintenance/

NATURAL RESOURCES Natural resources are the sources which are useful to man or can be transformed into a useful product. Natural resources are classified.

landslide. 5.Ground water level: Over exploitation of ground water also leads to landslides. ROLE OF AN INDIVIDUAL IN CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES (Environmental protection) Since resources are being exhaustible, it is the duty of every individual on this earth to conserve the natural resources in such a way that they must be available for future generation also. Individual must understand the essential of natural resources. Due to advancement in technology and population growth, the present world is/

APA-IN Professional Development Conference Muncie, October 10, 2013 A Presentation of AICP Exam Prep By Bruce Frankel, Ph.D., A.I.C.P Professor of Urban.

for environmental legislation of 1970’s April 22, 1970 1 st Earth Day Earth Resolution Technology Satellite To conserve natural resources [used in Al Gore’s “Inconvenient Truth” PowerPoints 1972 Landsat 1. Key Environmental Movement Timeline 1 of 3 slides 16/Taxes polluting industries to establish a trust fund for the cleanup of polluted sites in cases where individual responsibility is not ascertainable. 1991 Passage of Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act (ISTEA) includes provisions for a National /

GEOG 101: Day 10 Biodiversity and Conservation Biology.

innovative economic strategies are also being employed  Debt-for-nature swap = a conservation organization pays off a portion of a developing country’s international debt  In exchange for a promise by the country to set aside reserves  Fund environmental education, and  Better manage protected areas  Conservation concession = conservation organizations pay nations to conserve, and not sell, resources; interesting example in Ecuador that ultimately failed 9-70 Parks and Reserves/

Business Ethics: A New Style of Management and Investment Professor David M. Chen Graduate Institute of Finance Fu Jen Catholic.

role in the operation of the world ’ s capital markets. We take pride in the fact that our services add value by helping to improve transparency, trust and consistency of business processes. In order to succeed, we must grow and develop, both as individuals and as a business. Our core values of/ of our mission statement. We jointly fulfill this commitment with partners (employees), at all levels of the company, by getting involved together to help build stronger communities and conserve natural resources. In/

U.S. History Final Format 75 Multiple Choice (.7 pts. each) 52.5 10 True or False (.7 pts. each) 7.0 15 Matching (3x5) (.7 pts. each) 10.5 2 of 8 Essay.

–Results in increased exports of American meat 3 rd C: Conservation of Natural Resources By 1900, America realizing natural resources not unlimited TR leads conservation movement –1902 – Newlands Act – massive irrigation projects in West –TR lawfully protects 125 million acres of forest TR/to Hoover for help “Rugged individualism” being stressed Hoover slow to take action –Saw this as part of a natural “business cycle” Economy has ups and downs – this was a natural downturn –Unsure if government intervention/

Chapter Overview Questions  How do scientists account for the development of life on earth?  What is biological evolution by natural selection, and how.

population growth Restoration Reforestation Rehabilitation of degraded areas Concentrate farming and ranching on already-cleared areas Solutions Sustaining Tropical Forests Prevention Reducing Tropical Deforestation  Conservation Concession –Gov’t or private organizations pay nations for concessions to preserve their natural resources  Debt for nature swaps –Participating countires as to protect forest reserves in return for aid Kenya’s Green Belt Movement: Individuals Matter  Wangari Maathai founded the/

© 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. CHAPTER 7 The Use and Restoration of Ecosystems.

conserved (cut sustainably) Conservation and preservation can conflict Endangered Muriqui monkeys of Brazil need second- growth forests Conservation of forests is essential for preservation of this monkey © 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Muriqui monkey © 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Patterns of human use of natural ecosystems Consumptive use: people harvest natural resources for food, shelter, tools, fuel, clothing Not in/optimal population vary Replacement of harvested individuals varies Humans adversely /

GEOG 101: Day 10 Biodiversity and Conservation Biology.

innovative economic strategies are also being employed  Debt-for-nature swap = a conservation organization pays off a portion of a developing country’s international debt  In exchange for a promise by the country to set aside reserves  Fund environmental education, and  Better manage protected areas  Conservation concession = conservation organizations pay nations to conserve, and not sell, resources; interesting example in Ecuador that ultimately failed 9-72 Parks and Reserves/

Who We Are An inquiry into the nature of self; beliefs and values; personal, physical, mental, social and spiritual health; human relationships including.

individual and collective choices and actions Connection – The relationships between power, authority and action Function – How systems work 8/28/13 – 10/11/13 Central Idea: Communities evolve in response to their environment. Key Concepts: Change, Causation, Form Related Concepts: Interconnectedness, Perspective, Sequences LOI: Change – change in the community overtime Causation – the influence of agriculture, industry, and natural resources in daily life. Form – agriculture, industry and natural resources/

Discussion Document Eco-tourism Development in Mozambique: Defining TechnoServe’s Role and Approach 5 June 2003 CONFIDENTIAL This report is solely for.

concerns? Which entrepreneurs should TechnoServe assist? What resources are required to get potential operations off the ground? How can the community benefit from the potential operations? What role should TechnoServe play in building institutions in the ‘cluster’? What partnerships could be formed in the region? Enterprise‘Cluster’ 14 On-going activities ‘Cluster’ partnership identification and role determination Identification of individual opportunities TECHNOSERVE’S APPROACH TO ECO-TOURISM DEVELOPMENT/

1 Welcome to the CLU-IN Internet Seminar NARPM Presents…ARARs for Protection of Ecological and Historical Resources Sponsored by: EPA Office of Superfund.

as described in 40CFR300.515(d), of the requirements they have determined to be “applicable” or “relevant and appropriate”.” The individuals within a regional BTAG provide a network which can facilitate the notification process. 59 BTAG and ARARs Natural settings that are protected by location-specific ARARs are typically identified during the ecological risk assessment (site setting, habitat description) Individual species and living resources that are/

Y OUR R OLE AS A S UPERVISOR. Congratulations! Welcome and congratulations on becoming a conservation district supervisor! You have joined over 450 other.

of natural resources at the local level. Colorado conservation districts are subdivisions of state government created by law. Colorado has 76 conservation districts, each led by individuals who believe decisions affecting natural resources are best made by people closest to those resources – the people in the local community. As a conservation/etc.) and a lack of understanding the role of governance, which is to establish the proper controls to allow the organization’s work to be done in a cost effective, /

ECO 4119 POLITICAL ECONOMY Chapter 5 The Conservative Perspective.

and associations formed with others. In fact, humans cannot develop as persons without the bonds of social organization. Principles of Conservatism Society. Society is an organic structure based on a natural hierarchical order. The quality of society is a fundamental determinant of the interests and behavior of individuals. The good society sustains a stable hierarchy of social relations that enables individuals to discover a unique role and identity for themselves. Without/

Genome Biology and Biotechnology 3. The genome structures of vertebrates Prof. M. Zabeau Department of Plant Systems Biology Flanders Interuniversity Institute.

, G+C poor and have no interspersed repeats –the functional significance of these sequences is completely unknown Reprinted from: ICGSC, Nature 432, 695 - 716 (2004) Conclusion ¤The chicken genome sequence –is a key resource for comparative genomics to distinguish derived or ancient features of mammalian biology –mammalian innovation and adaptation conserved non-coding sequences in particular –Provides a framework for discovering the functional polymorphisms underlying interesting/

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