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The link between the identity of urban libertine and that of a more ascetic "seeker" in the realm of natura is a philosophical attitude grounded in the reality of sensation, which seeks to investigate the dynamics of natural phenomena and physical existence.
Both sheep farmers and hunters who compete with the lynx for prey are the lynx's main opponents, but Pro Natura argues that killing of sheep occurs on average only once per year.
Natura was using its Sucrelesse product to add mouthfeel to diet cola.
Founded in 1969, Natura is a Brazilian multinational cosmetics manufacturer, recognized for its commitment to sustainable development, and a leader in the direct sales sector in Brazil.
THE proposed development of a new golf resort in Polis Chrysochous does not fall within the limitations of the Natura 2000 project, according to Agriculture Minister Nicos Kouyialis, and its proposed proximity to the shore poses no threat to established turtle breeding grounds in the area, according to the Green Party.
This certification comes on the heels of Natura becoming the 2015 Product of the Year in the interior paint category and being Cradle to Cradle Certified[TM] Silver earlier this year, making Natura the most decorated paint by Benjamin Moore.
Natura executives certainly know the socio-economic benefits of sustainability.
Natura, founded in 1969 and headquartered in Brazil, is a leading wellness and beauty company that distributes its products through the direct selling model.
The protection of nature, and more specifically the European network of protected zones, Natura 2000, does not mean banning all economic activity - but it should be controlled and subject to certain rules.
The draft forest equipment plan for the period 2020-2029 for the dobieszyn forest district together with the strategic assessment of the impact on the environment and natura 2000 areas, 1.