Meaning of CONSERVATION in English

CONSERVATION

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a conservation area (= for preserving nature or old buildings )

a new scheme to create a nature conservation area

conservation area

conservation of the environment

There are many organizations dedicated to conservation of the environment.

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

effective

It would not cost the Government money, would have the support of fishermen and would be extremely effective in terms of conservation .

We will improve the Governments' decommissioning proposals and appraise, with the industry, effective technical conservation measures.

environmental

Any attempts to persuade farmers of the necessity of environmental conservation must take all these factors into account.

The Endangered Species Act is a safety net that comes into play when other environmental and conservation laws have failed.

Progress both in environmental conservation and technology were officially deemed inadequate, even though 12,000 million roubles were spent on the former.

A government environmental agency investigates many environmental problems such as conservation and pollution.

The uncomfortable alliance of unions and Republicans rallied mainly around job protection and environmental conservation .

important

The point is important , because conservation has recently become the subject of fierce debate.

local

Often they circulate these lists to local conservation and amenity groups, residents' associations and subscribers.

These are just some of the projects carried out by volunteers from local conservation groups in Essex.

national

Examines the problems of conserving medicinal plants, suggests an appropriate national conservation programme and gives advice on international collaboration.

Furthermore they may be different ones from other bilateral or multilateral agencies, making a coordinated national conservation programme rather difficult.

Support this if you can by suitable quotes from local people, local literature or the national conservation bodies. 2.

There are scarcely monitored nor integrated into a national conservation plan.

■ NOUN

area

We also understand that the Black Lion is situated in the conservation area in Llanfair Caereinion.

In particular, it brought the demolition of most historic buildings in conservation areas under control.

It has no less than nine conservation areas designated as being outstanding.

Similarly, any proposed redevelopment or new building must actively enhance or preserve the character or appearance of the conservation area .

The course boasts a large conservation area , and it is my intention to plant some two thousand species of hardwood trees.

Some local authorities have designated very few conservation areas .

Demolition in conservation areas Permission is also needed to demolish an unlisted church in a conservation area.

bird

The profits made by the sale of goods are ploughed back into wild bird conservation .

body

Courses on the latter are open to non-members who are actively involved with other voluntary conservation bodies .

What will happen to the overview of grants to voluntary conservation bodies , particularly national bodies?

We're one of the oldest conservation bodies in the country.

Most conservation bodies have used our data at some time.

Fortunately, more than half the area is now owned by conservation bodies .

Support this if you can by suitable quotes from local people, local literature or the national conservation bodies . 2.

What do you think of conservation bodies ?

However, growing environmental awareness also poses challenges for conservation bodies .

effort

Cheap oil has slowed conservation efforts .

However, a shortsighted focus on individual animals could prove disastrous for long-term conservation efforts .

For conservation efforts to succeed, there need to be practical and sustainable programmes that guarantee benefits to the locals.

energy

Predicting fuel consumption and the effects of energy conservation practices has had only limited success.

In 1999, the Water and Light Department did not make any energy conservation grants attributable to the two arenas.

Application of computers in surveying; Energy conservation .

The law of energy conservation is a very important physical principle.

Air pollution and energy conservation aside, private vehicles also come under attack when we consider rural and urban environments.

Instead of energy conservation , they advocate building more dams and nuclear plants.

In the true spirit of energy conservation chose a bicycle for his gift.

The role and importance of attitudes to energy conservation are investigated in relation to comfort requirements.

forest

She's quite happy to look like a forest conservation area.

Mulholland preached soil and forest conservation thirty years before its time.

Putting your tropical forest conservation eggs in the hardwood basket is a high risk strategy.

Western nations, however, have for the most part refused to link forest conservation with debt, claiming that adequate assistance already exists.

group

Neither conservation groups nor the fishermen are satisfied with the deal.

They no doubt that conservation groups would welcome the move.

So now the Commission and other countryside conservation groups , have produced a series of guidelines for the private landowners to follow.

Local amenity societies and conservation groups therefore frequently oppose their construction -; and all too often the houses remain unbuilt.

The Worldwide Fund for Nature and other conservation groups have called for a simplification of this network.

The pleasure and satisfaction of belonging to one of the world's leading whale and dolphin conservation groups .

These are just some of the projects carried out by volunteers from local conservation groups in Essex.

interest

It has also drastically altered landscapes and reduced the nature conservation interest associated with the former small fields and hedges or banks.

Careful management can, however, mitigate such effects so that sporting activities do not have to be incompatible with conservation interests .

issue

Ranging from advice on digging a pond, the importance of the village bobby to controversial political and conservation issues .

This should be altered to apply generally to ensure that nature conservation issues are taken into account in all development decision-making.

Events and activities throughout the week will be aimed at enjoying watersports and highlighting safety and conservation issues .

law

Here the integrand is independent of t so that one conservation law is so that.

The Endangered Species Act is a safety net that comes into play when other environmental and conservation laws have failed.

Look for parity or other conservation laws .

The government is reportedly unwilling to enforce conservation laws in the case of influential royal parties from its Gulf allies.

Though many may wonder about the destructive theory, it requires a moderate amount of mathematical training to develop the conservation laws .

measure

Improved revenue collection will help finance better conservation measures .

At the same time, the effectiveness of soil conservation measures is apparent.

It identified 500,000 hectares of costal habitat which it said were in need of active conservation measures .

The success of any conservation measure is directly dependent on the degree of public opinion mustered to its support.

Now he still has fifty acres of setaside: Male speaker Farmers should be given money to take more conservation measures .

But conservation measures could actually meet the shortfall in supply expected by planners.

We will improve the Governments' decommissioning proposals and appraise, with the industry, effective technical conservation measures .

The current review of the Structure Plan identified the gap in conservation measures .

movement

The modern conservation movement began with the schemes to save ancient temples threatened by the Aswan dam.

Because of the conservation movement , such catastrophes have become impossible to ignore.

The conservation movement means that they have no choice but to be dragged into biology as well.

This conversion was a benchmark for the conservation movement both locally and nationally.

If the conservation movement had the same kind of publicity budget, the public might be given a more balanced picture.

nature

This realisation of the cultural dimension to landscape history has implications for modern nature conservation .

This should be altered to apply generally to ensure that nature conservation issues are taken into account in all development decision-making.

There needs above all to be a consistency in the whole chain linking nature conservation policy with action on the ground.

Those likely to have some relevance, either directly or indirectly, for nature conservation are examined below. 1.

The government has proposed changing planning laws to ensure that nature conservation agencies and planning authorities abide by the directive.

Métayer, a chemist at Nantes University, is president of a nature conservation association in the Loire region.

It has also drastically altered landscapes and reduced the nature conservation interest associated with the former small fields and hedges or banks.

In consequence, agriculture and nature conservation are not in conflict in the Auvergne uplands.

officer

Although conservation matters are generally assigned on an area basis, many councils now have their own conservation officers .

Paul Bright, the Mammal Society's conservation officer , discusses translocation in the society's latest newsletter.

policy

So it is with conservation policies .

Third, the choice of conservation techniques and/or other policy measures is another important component of a conservation policy.

There needs above all to be a consistency in the whole chain linking nature conservation policy with action on the ground.

Thus a conservation policy involves a wide ranging set of economic, political and social issues.

The elements which are essential in most conservation policies are often contradicted by the limitations and objectives of foreign aid.

That makes a total nonsense of conservation policy .

Few actual conservation policies contain all these elements and it is difficult to attribute them in every case to implicit value judgements.

problem

The evening raised over £125 for the Save the Elephant appeal and succeeded in creating awareness about many conservation problems .

With the attainment of concrete operations, the ability to reason logically about and solve conservation problems emerges.

This arrangement will avoid the usual conservation problems attendant upon storing costumes.

When conflicts arise between perception and thought, as in conservation problems , children using preoperational reasoning make judgments based on perception.

The reader is referred for further guidance to the many manuals now available that deal with conservation problems confronting archaeologists.

In conservation problems , he is unaware of transformations of states and tends to center on limited perceptual aspects of problems.

They are most clearly seen in what have come to be called conservation problems .

As in the previous conservation problems , the preoperational child typically does not attend to all aspects of transformation that she sees.

programme

The book is sponsored by Heinz as part of its £1 million Guardians of the Countryside conservation programme .

A tough and wide-ranging conservation programme was introduced as an anti-famine measure.

Examines the problems of conserving medicinal plants, suggests an appropriate national conservation programme and gives advice on international collaboration.

Furthermore they may be different ones from other bilateral or multilateral agencies, making a coordinated national conservation programme rather difficult.

Perhaps the most successful has been the wolf conservation programme adopted by the Nez Perce tribe of Idaho.

It is not surprising that for every evaluation of a conservation programme or policy, there are perhaps ten of conservation techniques.

The Electrical Engineering Manager is responsible for maintaining the Company's energy conservation programme .

Energy Efficiency Since February 1989 we have operated an energy conservation programme through our own management team and contractors.

programmes

Lastly conservation programmes often fail, and senior bureaucrats may have to take the blame.

The discussion so far does not imply that piecemeal improvements of conservation programmes have not occurred.

This very brief review of about ten conservation programmes can not make the case that all national policies fail.

Energy conservation programmes in federal buildings and low-income housing developments.

Thus conservation programmes must involve integration between upland and lowland agricultural systems.

However, more evidence is needed about soil conservation programmes themselves.

It is undoubtedly one of the major conservation programmes of the world.

These various forms of differentiation within the bureaucracy are vital in the understanding of the formulation and implementation of conservation programmes .

project

Panda Drinks will be raising at least £30,000 a year to be spent on our highest priority conservation projects .

Alp Action is to launch a number of conservation projects , including reforestation, together with a public education programme.

On June 12 the Bank had approved a loan of US$29,200 million for an environmental protection and resource conservation project .

The work could take 10 years and will be the trust's biggest single building conservation project .

For example, one can prove beyond a reasonable degree of doubt that a conservation project reduces the rate of soil removal.

London Zoo has lagged behind, not in conservation projects but in publicising them.

As the examples indicate, these are not straight conservation projects .

scheme

Because the area is now supposed to be designated, farmers have been ineligible for grants from the many government conservation schemes .

Most conservation schemes combine both mechanical and agronomic techniques, and in many instances they are complementary.

The report calls for a nationwide audit of endangered species and places to be followed by a nationwide conservation scheme .

A public inquiry was held and the conservation scheme won approval.

soil

Some land reforms have embraced soil conservation as a sine qua non of long term productivity gains by land reform beneficiaries.

At the same time, the effectiveness of soil conservation measures is apparent.

This last point is one which is developed here in relation to soil conservation .

In the absence of soil conservation , the productivity of these lands w ill inevitably decline rapidly.

Examples of technical failures of mechanical means of soil conservation have already been given in Chapter 5.

However, more evidence is needed about soil conservation programmes themselves.

Both family planning and soil conservation are activities which governments attempt to get people to undertake.

technique

For those who are in the professional fields closest to conservation techniques , this section will not offer them anything new.

Third, the choice of conservation techniques and/or other policy measures is another important component of a conservation policy.

Restriction of livestock with similar variations is also a frequent negative element in combinations of conservation techniques .

It is not surprising that for every evaluation of a conservation programme or policy, there are perhaps ten of conservation techniques .

It is an almost universal assumption that a conservation policy is a set of conservation techniques - and very little else.

value

The destruction slowed down because of surpluses in farmland and an increased realisation of the woodland's conservation value .

The socio-economic survey will examine how land varying conservation value fits into farm operations.

The research undertaken will provide a basis for nature conservation in the wider countryside and aid the promotion of nature conservation values .

water

Campaigners claim that the company has not examined other approaches, such as water conservation and the cleaning of existing reservoirs.

With fanfare, a program of water conservation was launched.

Agriculturalists Experience in solid and water conservation .

As organisms evolved to populate land, they required an elaborate mechanism of water conservation .

A forum, quays, harbours, villas, baths and theatres were constructed also a system of water conservation and control.

Sao Paulo state officials admit that more aggressive long-term water conservation may have averted, or at least eased, the crisis.

wildlife

Strong science-based strategies for wildlife conservation have emerged over the last one hundred years.

Also in these seminars, discussion will focus on wildlife conservation .

They are extraordinary plumes, and they certainly altered the face of international wildlife conservation .

work

The awards scheme, launched last year, aims to demonstrate how game shooting and conservation work for a better countryside.

Both frame and painting will go on permanent view this fall, after conservation work on the frame has been completed.

Alternative and supplementary schedules were published for conservation work and for community architecture services.

The land is owned by Darlington Council, who are funding the conservation work .

Mr. Warshaw, who specialises exclusively in conservation work says the immediate benefits are both financial and aesthetic.

Living in camps, they carried out conservation work , planting new forests and helping with flood control projects.

Not only does he handle the commercial activities of Kew but he is also responsible for its little-publicised conservation work .

We have no state aid and individuals such as yourself are the life blood of our conservation work .

■ VERB

include

The design team has even included detailed information on conservation , opportunities for volunteers, and community and outreach initiatives.

Large numbers of them have been included in conservation areas over the past 20 years.

Data layers include geological maps, conservation areas, transport routes, petrochemical facilities and demographic data.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

the conservation of several species of dolphin

The flower now exists only in a small conservation area in Essex.

The group is mainly concerned with bird conservation in coastal areas.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

Courses on the latter are open to non-members who are actively involved with other voluntary conservation bodies.

It does tie in with conservation .

Special privilege is another consequence of politics in conservation .

That technique -- a form of so-called conservation tillage -- leaves dead stubble on the ground in place of neatly cleared rows.

The committee soon offered a comprehensive plan for redevelopment and conservation in all areas of the city.

The reverse is true for older counterparts, who develop schemata that permit conservation .

There have been gains for nature conservation in that the storms have prompted a fundamental questioning of the received view.

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