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green

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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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Those plants of whose greenness withered we make herb tea for the sick serve but a humble use, and are most employed by quacks.
The beauty and freshness of this calm retreat, in the very dawn and greenness of summer - it was then the beginning of June - were exquisite indeed.
The authors of the current study explained the impact of greenness surrounding the residences of children since birth and characterising cognitive development at earlier stages in life.
2015a), exposure to surrounding greenness at enrollment was associated with greater progress in working memory and attention over a 12-mo period.
This on-trend greenness goes really well with the other big trend of the year - copper.
Part one of our study explores how tornadoes affect the reflectance and commonly used indices derived from reflectance, such as the Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) and the Tasseled Cap indices of brightness, greenness, and wetness, when comparing damaged forest, grassland, and urban land cover.
40 Haydock SP forecast 6-4 Overcame greenness to beat five subsequent winners on his debut in a mile maiden at Sandown last year and needed every yard of the trip to win by a short head over that course and distance last time, defying an in-running high of 20 (SP 6-4).
A recent study compared chronic health conditions among a sample of Medicare beneficiaries aged 65 and older in Miami-Dade County, Florida, in relation to the level of greenness in their neighborhoods.
Cunco showed distinct signs of greenness during the early part of the race but found his stride entering the final furlong, leading 75 yards from the post to beat Isomer by three-quarters of a length in the style of a colt who would be well served by this afternoon's extra furlong.
The three latent variables--degree of urbanism, greenness, and campus living--were generated from 10 observed variables according to the model confirmed in the previous step.
Greenness has a special significance to him because green is a cold color and evokes people's feelings.
Thus, when approaching an era from the point of view of greenness, Leah Knight simultaneously opens a new angle to a known topic.