- Are Oil Reserves Being Replaced? Muslimov, R. Kh.; Plotnikova, I. N. // Problems of Economic Transition;Sep2013, Vol. 56 Issue 5, p27
Based on results of the latest studies, which have shown that oil fields are actually renewable, it is concluded that oil production can be forecast with no fear of depriving future generations.
- Go green for growth. Nevin, Tom // African Business;Dec97, Issue 227, p30
Gives details on a conservation project in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Affordability of rates for visitors; Popularity as a holiday destination; Financing from ecotourism activities and game sales.
- From sticks to carrots. Flicker, John // Audubon;May/June97, Vol. 99 Issue 3, p6
Declares support for programs by the Audubon Society encouraging people to protect habitats on their property. Tendency of environmental laws to focus on the negative side; Support and encourage property owners through monetary compensation or other incentives; Example; Law making it...
- Executive Director's Update. Hesla, Chris // Out of Doors;Jun2011, Vol. 51 Issue 6, p3
The article offers updates to the natural resources conservation projects in the U.S. including the maintenance of the water level in Lake Oahe in Missouri, and the conservation of the grasses at Buffalo Gap National Grasslands in South Dakota.
- CRP to help conserve sensitive land. // Graham Leader;6/25/2014, Vol. 138 Issue 90, p6
The article focuses on the Conservation Reserve Program started on June 9, 2014 in Graham, Texas that helps in protecting and conserving sensitive land.
- Paraguay hat trick. Train, Melanie // Geographical (Campion Interactive Publishing);Jul97, Vol. 69 Issue 7, p6
Features Project Aguara Nu '97, the recipient of the third BP Conservation Programme Award in Paraguay. Focus on the largest collection of open country wildlife in South America; Proceeds of the monetary award.
- Tunisia. // MEED: Middle East Economic Digest;4/10/1998, Vol. 42 Issue 15, p33
Reports that in order to finance wastewater projects in 19 medium sized towns, the European Investment Bank (EIB) has agreed to lend Tunisia ECU 40 million ($43.4 million). What the project calls for.
- Corn, soybean farmers gain with renewable fuels push. Laws, Forrest // Western Farm Press;2/10/2007, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p4
The article reports that the National Corn Growers and American Soybean Association is benefited in the development of renewable resources. The development increased the prices of corn and soybean products. It is expected that the corn and soybean farmers will labor in the training of renewable...
- Don't neglect Scotland's nuclear legacy. Nathan, Stuart // Engineer (Online Edition);9/17/2014, p3
The author reflects on the history of nuclear technologies in Scotland and the need to protect its elements, following the focus on energy in the debate over Scottish independence. Topics discussed include the two operational nuclear power stations in the country, its importance as a repository...