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environmental audit

an examination of an organization's production, distribution and marketing activities which concentrates upon the environmental impact of these activities. Green audits can assist an organization in identifying sources of environmental pollution or excessive resource usage so that it can then seek to improve its performance.
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With Libris and Greenfly Connect, social teams can automatically access photos and videos from photographers and sort that content into galleries flowing through both systems.
The joy of hitting the natural balance is that although you may see a greenfly colonies on your nasturtiums, you can watch hoverfly larvae devour the greenfly on your roses, or delight in your kids counting the spots on the ladybirds and see the light catching lacewings' delicate green wings.
The joy of hitting the natural balance is that although you may see a couple of blackfly or greenfly colonies on your nasturtiums, you can also watch hoverfly larvae devour the greenfly on your roses, or delight in your kids counting the spots on the ladybirds and see the light catching the delicate green wings of the lacewings.
"In most years, the weather is more varied, but we've had a spell of really nice, warm conditions over the last week, causing the number of greenfly to go up and up."
He said "Every year greenfly feed on plants at the start of their life cycle, as plants come into leaf in the spring.
The current crop of greenfly are 'homegrown', rather than an invasion from abroad, he added.
With social media full of posts complaining about the greenfly 'plague', we spoke to Dr Gordon Port fromNewcastle University'sSchool of Natural Environmental Sciences to find out why there are so many greenflies in the skies.
David D, email ACOMMON garden ants rarely attack plants and they feed on aphids such as greenfly. But if they're bugging you, the product to use is Nippon, from garden centres and DIY stores.
Fly into action Look out for greenfly on roses and rub off by hand or spray or wash them off with clean, soapy water - use a nondetergent liquid.