green segment

green segment

[′grēn ¦seg·mənt]
(astronomy)
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The bonds are listed on the International Securities Market (ISM) and green segment of the London Stock Exchange, making it the largest green bond listing ever on the London Stock Exchange.
3 Stitch together 1 each pink segment, blue segment, yellow segment, green segment, purple segment and aqua segment as shown to make Rainbow Road Block (Diagram ll-A).
HBA Global Hxpo--which marks its 20th anniversary this year--will also offer a green segment to its conference and exhibit offerings, when it opens its doors June 19-21 (page 33).
But according to media reports, the budget's proposals aimed at promoting manufacture of hybrid vehicles in India may not yield much result immediately as volume concerns and infrastructure bottlenecks continue to act as speed-breakers for global car manufacturers that have championed in the green segment.
Lots of people are jittery about the economy, and that concerned shopper has lots of company, but the green segment is still growing and concerned shoppers are taking it seriously at Safeway as well as Starbucks.
If we see the lower limb of the Moon producing a green segment (or its upper limb producing a red segment), we are not seeing the opposite of what we expect nature to serve up.
The new green segment is the "natural" and health demographic.
Green doesn’t have to be niche Many of the earliest entrants into the green segment were niche items due to a narrow consumer base, targeted benefits, premium pricing, and limited availability.
They have been developed considering individual regional needs and can include benchmarks from the traditional market as well as from the green segment.
Green doesn't have to be niche Many of the earliest entrants into the green segment were niche items due to a narrow consumer base, targeted benefits, premium pricing, and limited availability.
The former is referred to as 'one which is low-carbon and resource-efficient', while the latter is given a more all-encompassing definition: 'employment that contributes to preserving or restoring the quality of the environment, be it in the agriculture, industry or services sector.' This means green jobs are not only those jobs created by the 'green segments' of the economy such as the renewable and recycling industries or those occupied by green professionals such as pollution abatement officers.