ungreen

ungreen

(ʌnˈɡriːn)
adj
damaging to the environment
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There looks to be an awful lot of concrete in this distinctly ungreen plan.
Once I was sold an elephant cactus and told that only if blasted with a blunderbuss would it be any danger, but I was able to end its life with my own fair hands, fingers resolutely ungreen.
The play references environmental catastrophes such as the Chernobyl accident and the depleting ozone layer and climate change, as well as a legal case of two women whose children were blinded due to smoke from a toothpaste plant, which works as a silhouette of the play's queer, ungreen apocalyptic vision.
Purchasing stock in a business that is an industry leader in terms of employing environmentally conscious business practices in a traditionally 'ungreen' industry may be considered a green investment for some, but not for others.
It is difficult to imagine anything more ungreen than the American Dream.
It is one of life's little mysteries that in the greening of Britain, the aviation industry, perhaps one of the most ungreen industries, does not pay fuel tax.
His calculations at key points in the argument show just how "ungreen" some supposedly environmental policies are, particularly organic farming and renewable energy.
2 Oil is inherently ungreen. Most replacements for oil, such as palm oil or corn ethanol, have more bad environmental effects per power generated than oil.
THE UNGREEN MEAN MACHINE Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG GADGET CITY Lots of knobs to turn