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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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Involuntarily he began to think of the cloudless sky on that lovely spring morning, and remembered how bright the valley had looked when he passed through it for the first time; and now, in strong contrast with that day, the heavy sky above him was a leaden gray, there was no greenness about the hills, which were still waiting for the cloak of winter snow that invests them with a certain beauty of its own.
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.
Held up at the back of the field, he showed his greenness and inexperience early in the straight, but he began to run on from over a furlong out.
by Times News Service The greenness of potatoes is due to light and heat.
Based on the literature, both walkability and greenness are environmental attributes with the potential to increase PA (James et al., 2017).
Abu-Ghazaleh stressed on the need to focus more on Artificial Intelligence (AI) as an enabler for achieving greenness.
Abu-Ghazaleh stressed on the need to focus more on Artificial Intelligence (AI) as an enabler for achieving greenness. "Artificial Intelligence is the key to a better future in almost all fields and greenness is such an important aspect of our lives and we need to take advantage of the rapid development in technology to make a better future for the next generation.
In recent years, greenness, a feature of the natural environment reflective of the quantity of trees, plants, forests, parks, and gardens, has received increasing attention due to its potential health benefits.
"Although the mechanisms underlying the beneficial vascular effects of greenness remain obscure, these observations support the notion that exposure to green spaces could have salutary effects on cardiovascular health," the study said.
Women with the highest levels of vegetation, or greenness, near their homes have a 12% lower death rate compared to women with the lowest levels of vegetation.
Green bond fund investors may place significant weight on the green credentials of funds but "greenness" is not the sum total of their risk-return profile.