Which is a sustainable practice? wind farms clear cutting flood irrigation

Which is a sustainable practice? wind farms clear cutting flood irrigation overfishing

2 months ago

Solution 1

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2 months ago
I'm pretty sure It's flood irrigation. It's the least effective when practiced on economic life.

Solution 2

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2 months ago

Answer:

wind farms

Explanation:

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