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Two such projects are the "Satoyama, Okuyama (deep mountains), Living Creature Project", which enacts ecological surveys and conservational activities for animals such as the Gifu swallowtail butterfly, the Asiatic black bear and the dormouse; and the "Tree-planting Project", under which trees have been planted on a hillside made barren with soil excavated from a tunnel dug for the Tokai-Hokuriku Expressway.
In 2010, the Conservational International listed the toad as one of the "world's top 10 most wanted frogs" as a part of its
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Some conservational and bird-watching groups recognize the positive effects of wind energy on global climate change and advocate finding a balance between wind development and conservation, advocating the siting of wind farms in a way that limits the impact on wildlife.
Latent in that metaphysics are folkloric assertions and certain taboos that are conservational of ecological balance of the environment.
Beginning in 1860, Vittorio Imbriani, Alessandro D'Ancona, Giuseppe Pitre, and other scholars published various collections of songs and stories from Tuscany, Piedmont, Sicily, and other regions, transcribed in dialect with historical and conservational intent.
Ecologists say the project area has significant conservational importance due to abundant of forests, aquatics life and presence of many species of wild life, which have been declared endangered globally.
He pointed out that the UAE's high priority to conservational efforts paved way to its accession to Ramsar Convention in 2007.
He said South Sudan, as whole, referring to some states of Greater Equatoria region, is now a regional model and recognized as place with people who embraced promotion of conservational agriculture.
In contrast, conservational tillage systems (zero- and reduced-tillage) do not incorporate the crop residues, resulting in a higher concentration of soil nutrients and SOC in the soil surface, before decreasing sharply with depth (House et al.
With 10 percent of its total area designated as national parks, not to mention private reserves, Kenya is a model for wildlife conservational for the rest of the African continent.
SITA UK staff regularly welcome groups of schoolchildren to the site to learn about the conservational value it offers.

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