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A country that must reduce current consumption to increase future consumption possibilities?
must be producing along the production possibilities curve.
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Consumption also increases as disposable income increases.
sweden is the country that consumes the most candy annually
India is the largest consumer of gold in the world. Most of the gold purchased by India go for jewelry purpose. In that way, Indian Govt doesn't own the gold.
Answer "Consumption" is an old name for tuberculosis (TB) that describes how the illness wastes away or consumes its victims. TB is "an ancient enemy" that has plagued… humankind for more than five thousand years. The act or process of consuming. Consumption can be either a wasting disease, or the act of using up resources.
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Some of the steps which can be taken to conserve energy resources are as follows: Switch off the light, fans, television and other electricity appliances when not needed.… This will save a lot of electricity. Pressure cookers should be used for cooking food to save fuels like kerosene and LPG. The use of biogas as domestic fuel should be encouraged in rural areas. Use energy efficient electrical appliances to save electricity. This can be done by using Compact Fluorescent lamps and fluorescent tube lights instead of traditional filaments type electric bulbs. Good quality stoves should be used to burn fuels like kerosene and cooking gas so as to obtain maximum heat. Fuel efficient engines of motor vehicles should be designed to reduce the consumption of petrol and diesel. Public transport system in the cities should be improved so that people do not commute in their personal vehicles. This will save a lot petrol and diesel. Bicycles should be used for covering short distances to save precious fuel like petrol .
Shorter showersShallower bathsPlant a garden that doesn't need much waterTurn the water off while you brush your teethKeep a bowl in the sink for washing upOnly use a dishwash…er when it's fullBuy a water saver washing machine and/or dishwasherUrinate in the showerPut a brick or a bottle of water in your toilet cisternCatch your shower water and use it to water the gardenInstall rainwater tanks to catch rainwater. Use for drinking, washing, cooking, wateringWater your garden when it's cool, so the sun doesn't dry up all your waterWhen it's yellow, let it mellow. When it's brown, flush it down!
The use of smaller automobiles, the use of energy efficient appliances, recycling plastics, glass, aluminum and paper
No, fuel consumption is decreased, the vehicle rev's lower.
There's three ways to reduce the fuel consumption in an airplane, starting with the easiest; reduce the total weight, reduce drag, and increase the engine's efficiency. … Answer In a more practical vein... The foregoing is a great answer in a theoretical sense. However, in a practical sense, there are any number of ways to reduce fuel consumption through the careful planning and execution of the flight. For instance, selecting the most appropriate altitude considering winds and engine performance, and selecting the best route considering winds and distance, both will make a huge difference in total fuel consumption. Flying the aircraft in the most efficient manner, at the proper speeds, and using the best climb and descent profiles will also save fuel. The airlines devote massive amounts of time and energy in discovering the most efficient flight profiles, as even a small savings in fuel can, over a year's time, and with a large fleet of aircraft, result in significant savings.
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Wash a full load (clothes or dishwasher) and pretreat or soak before hand so you can wash on cold, Use the sun and the wind to dry your clothes. If that's not possible, don't… dry clothes all the way, dry mostly and hang for the remainder of drying, Get a more efficient washer/dryer/dishwasher/water-heater/heat pump/fridge. Make certain all your windows and doors are sealed and use double or triple glazed windows. Reduce your use of air-conditioning. Wear warmer or cooler clothes around the house.If you use window A/C remove the units in the winter or cover them to prevent losing warmer air, also be sure that your chimney is closed off when not in use. Be sure to change your air filter every month. Switch to lower wattage or more efficient lights, Don't leave computers/TVs/stereos/lights or other energy users on when not using them. Stand-by, or vampire, energy can add 10% to your bill. If you love background noise get a radio. :) Sweep hard floors instead of vacuuming and make a no shoes rule to cut down on vacuuming. Keep your fridge well organised so you can see what's in there at first glance to cut down on time spent "rummaging," Cool foods before refrigerating (do not leave out for more than 2hrs after cooking and cover while out) and refrigerate in smaller containers. If moving or building a home is an option consider a more energy efficient home, one that uses gas, solar or alternative energy source or check out the Monolithic Dome Institute for the safest, most efficient home you can build!Each house will have different opportunities to optimize energy efficiency. In my home, a quick tip that helped a lot was to get insulated curtains to cover large window areas. The house is over 30 years old and needs to be upgraded with better windows, but in the mean time, a cheaper way to save on our heating bill has been to buy and put up insulated curtains. Start by unplugging devices you don't use. Usually something like a TV with an "instant on" function will use energy 24/7. Turn off your computers and monitors at night.If you have electric hot water, you can wrap your heater with a sweater avail from home supply stores.You can take shorter showers.You can wash clothes in warm instead of hot.You can hand wash dishes instead of using a dishwasher.If you have an electric dryer, don't over stuff it. Clothes dry faster when packed loosely.Use energy efficient bulbs, and turn off lights when not needed, including that front porch light.Double gazing can help save energy bills also cavity wall insulation.You can reduce energy consumption by unplugging electronics when not in use, taking shorter and colder showers, reducing your home thermostat in the winter, and using less air conditioning in the summer.By turning off devices you don't need (for example, turn off the lights when you are the last to leave a room)By purchasing devices that are more energy-efficient (for example, energy-efficient light bulbs).Reflective foil insulation products can reduce attic temperatures by up to 30 degrees when installed to the underside of roof rafters. Lowering attic temperatures provides a significant benefit by reducing air conditional loads and energy usage.
If you mean antiquated med term for TB, destroys the lungs and can spread to other organs damaging them if untreated as well as other visible signs like coughing up blood …and wasting away (rapid weight loss) TB is rare in developed countries but common worldwide among some groups.