greenspeak


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greenspeak

(ˈɡriːnˌspiːk)
n
(Environmental Science) the jargon used by those who campaign for the conservation of the world's natural resources and the improvement of the environment
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Despite all the greenspeak from Tony Blair, there's been no reduction in CO2 emissions since Labour came to power,' said James' Any reduction that might have been achieved is on account of the demise of the coal and steel industries in Wales, both major emitters of pollutants.
Anyone who has seen the chief executive of Virgin Rail, Chris Greenspeak, will have been exposed to that hard-edged and insensitive management already.
In fact, the regulators dislike them so much that they're working toward banning them altogether, though in greenspeak that's called "fostering the adoption of alternate fuels.