nongreen

nongreen

(ˌnɒnˈɡriːn)
adj
(Marketing) relating to products or services that are bad for the environment
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The comparison is between green cars and their equivalent-model nongreen counterparts, instead of all other vehicles.
High light exposure on seed coat increases lipid accumulation in seeds of castor bean (Ricinus communis L.), a nongreen oilseed crop.
The specific segmentation procedure, as presented in Figure 1, was as follows: the green part of the leaf was first extracted by the selection of a region of interest (ROI), followed by image subtraction between the entire leaf and the green part (both of them converted to binary images during image segmentation) to extract the nongreen (chlorotic) part.
[26] proposed 8 main criteria, such as cost, delivery, quality, service, strategic alliance, and pollution control, and 30 subcriteria which consist of green and also nongreen criteria.
The chroma value is divided into K and the chroma of nongreen area, which is divided in [t, K - 1], and the gray value is divided into L.
Global impact of edible and medicinal mushrooms on human welfare in the 21st century: nongreen revolution.
This inconsistency can be attributed to consumer perception of green products as less valuable but more expensive than nongreen commodities (Griskevicius, Tybur, & Van den Bergh, 2010; Majid & Russell, 2015).
AS THE Narendra Modi government treads on a liberal course of granting clearances to economic development projects, a major chunk of the country's forests is all set to be liberated for nongreen uses.
Moreover, ecologically conscious consumption demands a certain level of readiness to risk taking, openness to new ideas (Kinnear et al, 1974), a sacrifice in terms of adopting a new product whose performance may not be as good as its nongreen substitute or whose price may be higher and would demand shifting from habitual behaviour (for instance, carrying a cloth bag for shopping etc.).
Vegetation index differencing technique was used to analyse the amount of change in vegetation (green) versus non-vegetation (nongreen) with the two temporal data of 1973 and 1989 as reference.
Green design decisions are often not priced out in comparison to nongreen ones.