|sustainability of fermentation||0.71||0.3||3316||14|
|sustainability of funding||0.17||1||3529||54|
|sustainability of frames||1.5||0.5||7988||41|
|sustainability of freshwater||1.4||0.8||4738||23|
|sustainability of fur||1.48||0.5||557||41|
|article furniture sustainability||1.51||0.6||3685||27|
|sustainability of frames in construction||1.3||0.7||7805||63|
|sustainability of urban gardening||1.06||0.6||8246||29|
|sustainability of turning||1.28||1||4558||49|
|sustainability of fish||1.49||0.7||1353||67|
|sustainability of vertical farms||0.49||0.5||2760||81|
|sustainability of vertical farming||1.95||0.6||8974||1|
|sustainability of fish farming||0.51||0.3||7111||68|
|sustainability of fishing industry||0.6||0.5||9874||68|
|sustainability of fishing||0.85||0.4||5139||32|
|sustainability of fixings||1.01||0.2||8384||67|
|sustainability of fixings in construction||1.27||0.2||4918||31|
And fur farms can thrive in regions where the soil is too poor or the climate too harsh for most other agriculture. And again, while not strictly a sustainability issue, it is reassuring to know that fur farmers provide their animals with excellent nutrition and care.Is the fur trade good or bad for the environment?
The modern wild-fur trade is an environmental success story. All the fur we use today comes from abundant populations, never from endangered species. Thanks to national and international regulations, fur is an excellent example of the responsible and sustainable use of renewable natural resources.Is fur trapping a good way to use the natural resources?
Thanks to national and international regulations, fur is an excellent example of the responsible and sustainable use of renewable natural resources. To ensure that we use only part of the surplus that nature produces, trapping is strictly regulated in North America by state, provincial and territorial wildlife biologists.Why choose wild furs?
Wild furs are, in fact, the ultimate free-range, organic and (for North Americans) locally-sourced clothing material. By contrast, most synthetic materials are made from petroleum, a non-renewable resource. Trappers also play a vital role in conservation, as our eyes and ears on the land.