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keeping one's body healthy and clean, see also [hygiene], [health]
United Kingdom, a country in the North-Western part of Europe. Use this tag for questions that are specific for UK and not applicable to other countries.
The United States of America, a country on the North American continent between Canada and Mexico. Use this tag for questions that are specific for the USA and not applicable to other countries.
chemicals used for killing pests (often insects). Use this tag for questions about the (harmful) effects of pesticides or about more sustainable alternatives.
bowl and/or location for urination and defecation For questions about [personal-hygiene] use that tag
The study of sustainable production of trees for wood, fuel, or other uses; silviculture; maintenance of forest ecosystems.
type of matter or [material] that conduct heat and electricity very well. Metals are often malleable and ductile, meaning they can be shaped into different forms relatively easily.
plastic that can degrade using biological processes in a rate consistent with other organic materials and without leaving any visible, distinguishable or toxic residue. Usually an industrial facility …
the effect of sustainability improvements on people's health. See also [hygiene] or [personal-hygiene]
The application of physics to the built environment, particularly with regard to the movement of heat, air, moisture, pollutants and light through buildings.
the size of a particular species in a defined habitat and the consequences for it's sustainability.
Doing calculations on a computer
a label placed on food products and clothing that are produced according to organic farming principles. The exact meaning of organic differs per country and/or certification-scheme, but usu…
Global network of computers that communicate via common open protocols.
The art of practice of building (or utilizing existing) shelters for protection of one or many people (and/or their belongings) from harsh environment, wild animals or other people.