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EVEN THOSE LIKE ME WHO HAVE LONG admired Mark Blitz's scholarship will marvel, as I do, at his achievement in Conserving Liberty.
The proposal also discriminates against those already conserving and against new customers who can't prove they are using less energy than they did a year ago.
Leveraging part of this potential, the award-winning system was a joint project for conserving energy through shared use of exhaust heat by Fuji Oil and Sumitomo Chemical's sites.
45,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer each year in England and in 2008, 58 percent chose to have part of the breast removed (breast conserving surgery) rather than the whole breast (mastectomy).
It involves several design strategies: conserving the lay of the land, minimizing the added infrastructure and impervious materials, reducing the frequency of water runoff, detaining stormwater on the lots, and preventing pollution.
Those events made such an impression on her that she kept conserving gas and electricity long after the decade had passed.
PSE chose to work with the nonprofit CLC because of the organization's expertise in conserving critical open space, either by acquiring and holding sensitive lands itself or, more often, by creatively arranging for other conservation-minded parties to take ownership and manage lands in an environmentally beneficial way.
Panel members outlined programs offered by their organizations, which offer economic incentives for conserving energy.
The program recognizes individuals, organizations and businesses that have demonstrated exceptional leadership and made notable contributions in conserving California's precious resources, protecting and enhancing the environment, and building public-private partnerships.
He said by conserving, the city could be in a position to sell its surplus to those that cannot meet customers' needs.
It's inevitable, water meters are coming and we have all best accept it and adopt proper water conserving strategies.