chloropsia

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chloropsia

[klȯ′räp·sē·ə]
(medicine)
A defect of vision in which all objects appear green.
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They also outlined the challenges and opportunities in developing green buildings, and in undertaking the retrofitting of existing buildings, and underlined their commitment to supporting the green vision of the nation.
The MoU, signed by HE Engineer Zahra Salman Alaboodi , undersecretary of Ministry of Public Works, and Saeed Al Abbar, chairman of EmiratesGBC, aims to encourage all building industry stakeholders to collaborate to achieve the UAE's 'green vision', adoptinging sustainable building systems and rationalising the use of electricity and water to reduce the UAE's carbon footprint.
Summary: DUBAI - Gerab Energy Systems, a company dedicated to supporting the 'green vision' of the UAE through its array of energy saving products, has formed an exclusive marketing tie-up with Articmaster, a US-based award winning manufacturer, for the patented energy saving technology for HVAC and chillers that is brought to the UAE for the first time.
Being a hydro power project, it is in line with the green Vision of the government of Pakistan.
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Northumberland County Coun cil and SITA UK this week signed a 28-year green vision aimed at recycling nearly half the county's waste.
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The move is part of the JL's strategy to support Dubai's green vision for sustainable development.
They outlined the challenges and opportunities in developing green buildings and in undertaking the retrofitting of existing buildings, and underlined their commitment to supporting the green vision of the nation.
UAE-based Jumeirah Luxury Living said it has signed an agreement with Dubai Carbon Centre of Excellence (DCCE) in a further step to support the emirate's 'green vision' for sustainable development.