Green philosophy

Green philosophy

A way of living that involves a holistic approach to preservation and conservation of natural resources. It aims to provide a better understanding of the balance between human action and natural environmental resources and improve health and well-being. It also entails creating a better understanding of social responsibility and what effect choices made by people and business have on the environment.
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The Go Green philosophy is equipment free and environment friendly with zero carbon footprints.
Don't throw the 'R' away The green philosophy of Three Glens (www.3glens.com) luxury eco-house near Thornhill in Dumfriesshire is based on the 'Four Rs': Reduce, Re-use, Recycle and Recover.
Rastafari "green philosophy" is a practical spiritual consciousness that decisively complements global efforts of shared responsibility for nature in the context of the climate change crisis.
He noted that TNG integrated the green philosophy into all aspects of property development, from design to construction to management.
This trend has become a part of a bigger green philosophy of life and beauty.
Expressing his delight at receiving the award, Omar Manzur, Head of Corporate Communication - Mobilink said, "Mobilink's Corporate Responsibility function, not only, ensures that our employees are aware of environment-friendly practices and make efficient use of resources, but the corporation, as a whole, amalgamates this green philosophy with its corporate objectives.
Observing a green philosophy, the campaign carefully screens products in terms of its economic viability, its impact on the environment and its strategic fit to the Dubai Demand Side Management 2030 through a purposely convened high level committee of experts.
Ostrom's arguments are (in this respect like Roger Scruton's in Green Philosophy) one of those areas where extremes seem to meet.
"It's good for the environment too as the food does has low mileage from raw product to table and that sits very well with our green philosophy."
"Much of our progress in this area has been achieved through good manufacturing processes in the factory and we will continue to keep sustainable manufacturing and a green philosophy at the core of our growth plans."
Contemporary eco-anarchist and Green philosophy is often seen as springing, as Minerva did, from the head(ache) of Jupiter, fresh from the mind of Peter Kropotkin and filtered through the works of Murray Bookchin.