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Conservation was once felt to be driven by the management of natural resources for economic reasons.  In recent years the emphasis has shifted towards environmental aspects.  Conserving resources based upon potentially infinite needs of a growing global population, yet recognizing that the earth’s resources are finite.  Conserving natural resources is now often thought of in the broader terms of sustainability and hence sustainable practices.  At Global Market Consultants, Inc. we focus on helping clients info the following areas:

Energy Conservation
Energy conservation has been called the "least-cost" energy strategy, and for good reason. Energy conservation does more than just save money. It reduces environmental and social costs as well. Energy conservation mitigates the numerous adverse environmental and social impacts associated with energy production and consumption. These include air pollution, acid rain and global warming, oil spills and water pollution, loss of wilderness areas, construction of new power plants, foreign energy dependence and the risk of international conflict over energy supplies.

Energy conservation extends the lifetime of equipment and reduces the maintenance cost by operating fewer hours and at less than maximum capacity.  All equipment is rated to operate for a number of hours in its lifetime.  Equipment that is operated for 8 hours a day will last three times longer than equipment that is operated for 24 hours a day.

Land Conservation
Conservation is the management of land resources to sustain their productivity in the long-term and to avoid losses of valuable components. Conservation includes physical, biological, social, historical, agricultural, cultural, recreational, and aesthetic components. Poor land use practices include deforestation, overgrazing, unmanaged construction activity and road-building. Land that is used for the production of agricultural crops generally experiences a significant greater rate of erosion than that of land under natural vegetation.

Water Conservation

Water is the most abundant resource on the planet and essential to all known forms of life. About 1,460 trillion tons of water covers 71 percent of the Earth’s surface, but relatively little is suitable for consumption. In many parts of the world, suitable water is in very short supply.

Our consultants work with clients in a wide variety of areas, helping them to identify opportunities; provide strategic direction; or develop solutions to issues they are facing.

To learn more about how we can assist your organization in meeting your goals and objectives please contact Sam Sparacino at 727-239-7609 or by email at ssparacino@gmarketc.com.

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