Green

  • Green Research: Green Behavior

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    Green Research As a society, every human need to have the will and power to invest in advocates of society and nature. Now is the chance for the economy to put the cap on our money and do away with energy issues. Every individual needs to determine necessary steps to make green behavior a law in an effort to save energy, protect the environment, and improve the economy. Green behavior, also known as green energy, is a sustainable lifestyle that attempts to reduce an individual's or society's use

  • Green Buildings/Green Architecture

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    Introduction A green building (also referred to as sustainable building or green construction) is a structure that employs an approach that is responsible for the environment besides being efficient in regard to resources all through its life cycle: This is from selecting the site to designing it, constructing, operating, maintaining, renovating and demolishing it. To achieve this, the client, the engineers, the architects and the entire design team closely cooperate at all stages of a project (Yan

  • Green Companies and Green Abuse

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    Green Companies and Green Abuse "Green." What do you think of when you hear this word? Conservative Americans trying to help the earth? People who are willing to bend over backwards to save the natural world? People who will sacrifice their own desires in order to save the land and animals? If this is what you think of when you hear the term "green," you are perfectly correct. To be "green," gives an environmentally protective, conservative, and unselfish appearance, and isn't that

  • Wasted Green on Going Green

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    amount of energy it takes to produce a car can actually offset the amount of emissions emitted throughout a car's lifetime. When thinking about energy efficiency, the ultimate “green car”, the Prius, is actually one of the sources of the worse pollution in North America! (Demorro). The Toyota Prius, known as the most iconic “green” car, earns itself the most miles per gallon with the efficiency of using two engines, one of them being an electric. Controversially, the electric engine heavily relies on

  • Audi’s Green Police: green advertising or green washing

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    the ad that grabbed attention is the environmental focused one based on the “Green Police” idea and created by the company in 2010. Likewise, the ad permits to reflect on the issue of green washing, “Green washing is disinformation disseminated by an organization so as to present an environmentally responsible public image.”(Oxford dictionary) As a matter of fact, I will analyze if the Audi’s ad is a truthful example of green advertising commitment, that is a specific type of advertising centered on

  • The Green Movement and The Green Jobs Movement

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    Global nations' fiscal reforms, expenditure cuts and deregulation including elimination of rules led to worse environmental states. This led to The Green Movement. The Green Movement centers on concentrated questioning, critical analysis, and exploring fundamental root causes of problems (Foundation for Deep Ecology, 2012). This initiative looks to build a green economy where public and private investments are the engines that drive jobs and wealth while reducing the carbon footprint, diminishing pollution

  • Green versus Non-Green Construction

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    The issue of this paper is green versus non-green construction and focusing in on the health and safety of the construction workers during the building process. Green constructions projects have been a fast growing trend leading for a quick change of how construction practices and causes a higher risk for injury or fatalities for the workers There is a common misconception where it is believed that green and sustainable are the same.. In order to properly determine whether a company has safer work

  • Green Tea

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    Green Tea Green tea is one of the types of tea that is entirely made out of leaves. It is also very popular in ancient times and it was originated in China. “Green tea has been used as traditional medicine in areas such as China, Japan, India, and Thailand to help everything from controlling bleeding and helping heal wounds to regulating body temperature, blood sugar, and promoting digestion.” (Green tea) Green tea is good for the body. It is good by the use of long life, lowering the chances

  • Green Marketing

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    is increasingly encouraged to “go green,” to do our part in making the world a cleaner, more eco-friendly place. Green marketing is one major strategy being used to promote such efforts, but is it effective? There is some debate about this concept, including the history of green marketing, the problems with green marketing so far, the effectiveness of marketing schemes like Sunchips and Toyota, and the strategies that could be used to increase the ability of green marketing. While protecting our planet

  • Green Spaces

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    Title of research topic: Public access to green spaces in Riyadh city using GIS technique. Introduction Geography science is one of the most important sciences in the world which related to many elements include people, animals, plants, water, air and connections between all of these elements. As a result, GIS is one of the branches of geographic science. It is very important to know that GIS plays a valuable role in solve many issues which need to recover such as health care, transportation

  • The Green Movement

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    The Green Movement started early as the late 1600s. In this movement groups of people work to preserve the Earth’s environment (ProQuest Staff). The actions of those participating in The Green movement led scientist to observations and experiment. It was found, that a vast majority of scientists found living a green lifestyle would benefit the Earth’s environment, but there were, however, some scientists who contradicted this after their experiments and observations fought against The Green Movement

  • Green Architecture

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    Green Architecture Green architecture is an approach to building which has become more popular in the last 25 to 30 years. Also known as sustainable design, green architecture is a method of design that minimizes the impact of building on the environment. Once thought of as unconventional and nonstandard, both regulatory agencies and the public alike are quickly accepting green architecture as a socially responsible and logical means of construction. The beginnings of today's green revolution

  • Green Police

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    The “ Green Police” an add, that for nearly a minute keeps the audience wondering what exactly they are trying to sell, until the end of the commercial when a driver effortlessly speeds through traffic caused by an environmental check. He is driving the Audi A3 TDI, a sedan, which runs on clean diesel and can get up to 42 miles per gallon on the highway. The ad tries to raise awareness to the environmental degradation caused by many generations. Many ‘eco crimes’ are shown throughout the commercial

  • Green Buildings

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    the environmental degradation. The development of green buildings is extremely important because it would decrease the release of greenhouse gasses that is causing harm without the option of backtracking. Energy-efficient buildings are settlements that are environmentally smart because of its technology advancements, sustainable, and secure from its design, construction, maintenance, and its renovation (Newman and Matan 7). The development of green buildings’ designs is designed to decrease the general

  • The Green Revolution

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    Broad Topic: The Green Revolution Narrowed Topic: Pesticides and the Green Revolution: The impact on the environment and counter- measures. The green revolution technology phenomenon started in Mexico over sixty years ago. The technology which is still relevant today has, forever changed the way agriculture is conducted worldwide. According to Wilson (2005), green revolution technology “involved using high-yielding varieties (HYV) of seeds, pesticides and fertilizers in addition

  • green crow

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    Green crow The streets were bricked layer by layer, Lord Mantling's mansionstood tall and wide on this street. It certainly was a cold night with a mist coming thicker and thicker into the town, but the only difference with tonight was the mansion had a body. The old, legendary mansion owned by lord mantling had a sinister room called "Murderous room" which, according to the legend, has caused bizarre deaths of various of family member's of Mantling, was cut off from the citizens by police tape that

  • green taxes

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    Imposing Green Taxes on the carbon content in fuel will help in alleviating the strain on our environment. If the federal government could come up with more stringent carbon laws that impose taxes on carbon emitting fuels or resources that greatly impact the environment, it will help change how big business today operate. With our nations large appetite for natural resources and while this compliments their ongoing destruction to the environment, the US is one of the largest polluters, our government

  • Green Stone

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    before being surrounded by the militia. But this was not the end of the affair. The king's chief minister, Robert Cecil, had given strict instructions that Robert Catesby should be taken alive. The reason being, that he possessed a sacred relic - a green, jade gemstone called the Meonia Stone. Tradition held that it had once been set in King Arthur's sword Excalibur. Historically, it had belonged to Mary Queen of Scots, the last legitimate Catholic heir to the English throne. Following her death in

  • Green Roofs

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    world green roofs. This reinvention of an old technique has the potential of remodeling all aspects of urban life and improving the wellbeing of the Earth. In fact, all homeowners should consider a green roof because they support the environment, improve the economy, provide personal benefits, and improve the aesthetic appearance of the home. Green roofs support the environment by diverting waste, managing stormwater, moderating the Urban Heat Island effect, and improving air quality. Green roofs

  • Green Cheeks

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    When you hear the name, Green Cheek Conure, what do you think of? Do you think that it just another kind of bird that flies around and poops everywhere. Then you are wrong big time. The Green Cheek Conure are a very unique type of Conure that many people travel great long distance just to see one in the wild. Many people purchase the conure because of their unique abilities to mimic people. The Green Cheek Conure is a very popular birds in peoples aviculture. These Conures are playful and intelligent

  • Green as a Strategy

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    Green as a strategy Prakash (2002) article seems indicates that going green should not be inducted in firms as a management strategy because its ‘still in its infancy’ stage, its effectiveness is unknown (Prakash 2002 p. 295). Any strategy taken by the management should add value to a firm but unfortunately, Prakash outlines that the green strategy infantry stage subjects’ managers to go green due to lack of a suitable option to mitigate the pressure they are subjected to by institutions (environmental)

  • The green deal

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    The Green Deal is a policy launched by the Department of for Energy and Climate Change in the United Kingdom that aims to take a large step towards greater energy efficiency. This measure was initially discussed in 2011 but officially launched in June of 2012. The United Kingdom has an energy consumption rate of nearly 3000 kgoe per annum, which is reasonably high (See Appendix 1). The deal ultimately provides consumers with energy efficient techniques that would cost less than standard equipment

  • Green Car

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    A green car also known as an environmental friendly car is a road vehicle that produces less harmful effects to the environment compared to conventional cars. It is referred to as a green car because it consumes less gas and therefore, less pollution on the environment. A green car can run on electricity only or a combination of electricity and hydrogen based fuel meaning educed carbon emissions. This means carbon emissions on the environment will be at reduced levels and therefore, the amount of

  • Green HRM

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    and enacted. 4.0 Green Human Resource Management HRM is a crucial part of an organization that influences the values and the behaviour of the employees. The importance of integrating EM into the organizations’ vision and values should not be overlooked as well. To ensure that EM is not only preached, the HR should be actively involved in both strategic planning and implementation. HRM should consider making green decisions to drive the green behaviours. Green Decisions Green decisions are decisions

  • Green Architecture

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    Green Architecture Green Architecture began with the first Earth Day in 1970, and has grown in popularity as awareness of the earth’s many ecological problems become more wide spread. Professor Rocky Brittain states "I’ve been teaching this subject for twenty years and have watched interest grow. Now I could say there is some element of sustainability taught in just about every architecture school in the country."(Talarico, 1998) Economic factors have also helped the green movement by causing

  • The Green Party

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    How I came to find the Green Party is by my ceramic high school teacher. Since, my family rarely spoke about politics, I found conversations with my teacher intriguing when he talk about his view on the world and politics. While attending his class, introduce me to his political party, which is the Green Party. I found the platforms for the Green Party to be agreeable to most of my views,since I am moderately liberal and they are Hard-Core Liberal. Also, I disagreed with the two party system I found

  • Green Knight

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    Green Knight One of the most misunderstood characters from the Arthurian Legends is the Green Knight, especially in comparison with Sir Gawain. At first glance, the Green Knight seems to be very overpowering in his challenging of the knights of King Arthur’s court. He even indicates that everyone in the court is weak, and he cannot believe that this is the famous Arthur’s house: “What, is this Arthur’s house,” said that horseman then. (Norton, 309) The Green Knight knows

  • Green Living

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    Green Lifestyle Global warming is a major dilemma that mankind has brought upon himself. The destruction of rainforests, exhaustion of nonrenewable resources and mass extinction of species have damaged planet earth to the point of no return. Man has lived with nature as one for billions of years but now he lives against nature. To stop the destruction of his home, governments should encourage man to adopt a green lifestyle. Although a green lifestyle might sound complicated, all sacrifices made

  • Green Goblin

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    name is the Green Goblin.      The meaning of a super hero is a figure endowed with powers usually used for fighting crime. So a super villain would be a figure endowed with powers used for causing crimes. The crime causing Green Goblin was created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko in July of 1964. He filled the position of Spiderman’s most deadly villain. He first appeared in Spiderman#14 the comic series.      Before becoming the Green Goblin he was

  • Green Marketing

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    ALTRUISM: Going Green to Be Seen:Status, Reputation, and Conspicuous Conservation,’ Vladas Griskevicius of the University of Minnesota, Joshua M. Tybur of the University of New Mexico, Bram Van den Bergh of the Rotterdam School of Management make a case for ‘altruism’ being the main motivating factor for the green consumer.(Griskevicius, 2009) They attribute this to the fact that green produce is actually of a recognisably inferior standard to that of mainstream produce, and that the green consumer actually

  • Green Marketing

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    Green Marketing There is a student walking on the street on a chilly and raining night. She feels like to hold a cup of hot coffee in her hands to fight the chilliness. She walks directly toward Starbucks whenever an advertisement comes up to her mind. The advertisement says that the customers who bring their own cups will save ten dollars per cup at Starbucks. After a while, she holds a cup of coffee with satisfaction since she not only saved money but also did something good for the environment

  • The Green IT Movement

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    Green IT is a trending topic within Information Technology that when properly leveraged can help an organization to save money, improve efficiency, and reduce its environmental footprint.   TABLE OF CONTENTS: ICT and Environment......................................................................................................3 Introduction........................................................................................................3 Overview of Green IT..................

  • A Green Environment

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    FACT IDEA LEARNING OUTCOME ACTION 1. Recycle and Organic Clothing symbolize the Green Marketing 1. Recycled and Organic clothing can help to boost us the economic growth while introduce a healthy lifestyle towards society. 2. Clothing also can be produce by using organic element especially for the consumers that seeking eco-friendly products. 3. Recycle activity also can be use to be a business example the marketers can recycle and reuse the bottle plastic to be vase, window frames and seed trays

  • The Green Mile

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    The Green Mile The name of the book that I read is, The Green Mile. The Green Mile comes in either the series or one big book. There are six books in the series. The names Is 1. The Two Dead Girls. 2. The Mouse on the Mile. 3. Coffey's Hands. 4. The Bad Death of Eduard Delacroix. 5. Night Journey. 6. Coffey on the Mile. The book is written by Stephen King. The book has 536 pages in it. The Green Mile was published by Pockets Books. The main characters in this story Paul Edgecombe

  • Green Chemistry

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    If We Had Known About Green Chemistry In 1951, How Would Things Be Different Today? Green Chemistry is the making of chemical products that reduces or eliminates the use and production of hazardous substances in the designing, making, and use of chemical products. It involves the designing and re-designing of chemical creation and chemical products to prevent pollution which will therefore solve environmental problems. Green Chemistry is environmentally safe and has very little side effects on

  • green burial

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    Did you know that there is a such thing as burying without embalming? This is referred to as natural or green burial. Green Burial is typically done in the UK. When green burial is done, the body is put directly in a body bag and buried, without using any chemicals. This is done so that the body can recycle naturally. Green Burial should not be allowed because it causes foul odors, has the potential of spreading diseases, and can attract animals to the body due to the smells. While people may have

  • Green Day

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    November of 1988, Sweet Children performed their first show at 924 Gilman, with John Kiffmeyer on drums. A few months later, in 1989, the band gained enough recognition to be signed with Lookout! Records. After being signed the band change their name to Green Day and released two EPs and one album over the following year. Soon the band left for their first tour, an idea that was strongly supported by Billie Joe’s mother, “My mom sort of let me do whatever I wanted,” he later said. “When I quit school, she

  • Green Roof

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    The definition of a green roof according to Nian She from the Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, "is a multilayered vegetated roof covering consisting of a root barrier, a waterproof membrane, an under drainage system, and a layer of growing medium covered by plants" (Theodosiou 2009). Green roofs also known as living roofs have been around for centuries. They were used for insulation back when the world only used natural materials for building. Now-a-days they are considered the sustainable building

  • Green Marketing

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    implementation of Corporate Social Responsibility (McClendon, 2010) and the creation of a new form of advertising called “green marketing.” These advertisements presented products as eco-friendly to appeal to environmentally aware consumers. Since then, the trend for green marketing has expanded drastically. The two advertisements examined in this essay are examples of green marketing. The first ad is presented by Consol, a company that specializes in a wide range of glass packaging products. The

  • The Green Movement

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    The Green Movement I Recently, Medical attention was sought for a 23-month-old toddler because of anorexia, weight loss, irritability, profuse sweating, peeling and redness of his fingers and toes, and a miliarial rash. The diagnosis was mercury poisoning, and an investigation of his environment disclosed that he had been exposed to mercury from broken fluorescent light bulbs. (Tunnessen 786) Fluorescent light bulbs pose a serious danger to our health as well as significant risk of contaminating

  • Green Roof

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    Green roofs, also known as living roofs, eco roofs, roof terraces or roof gardens, are a roof design of a building that is partly or entirely enclosed with vegetation and growing medium, therefore, the roof is planted over a waterproofing membrane and it has extra layers, for instance roof fence and drainage. He and Jim, (2010) states that green roof require the making of vegetated space on the top of artificial structures design. They can help to reduce the thermal properties of buildings to produce

  • Green Chemistry

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    p;       Green Chemistry      Many companies all over the world produce chemicals for their products that are harmful to the environment, human health, and to all living species. Green Chemistry is the use of chemistry for the prevention of chemical pollution to the environment by using chemicals that are benign, or not harmful. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) states that the mission of Green Chemistry is, “To promote innovative chemical

  • Going Green

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    Going Green Lately the phrase “going green” has become a part of everyday discussion and debate. People are being told to turn off the lights, buy energy-saving appliances, and drive less. What people are not being told is why, specifically. Global warming is the increase of the Earth’s average temperature. Greenhouse gases are the cause of this problem; carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxide and methane (1). Normally the earth’s atmosphere lets these gases in but does not release all of it. The

  • The Green Mile

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    The Green Mile For my third quarter book report I read The Green Mile written by Stephen King. This book is about an old man, Paul Edgecomb, recalling his experiences when he worked as the cell block captain in Cold Mountain state penitentiary. Paul was the cell block captain of death row in this Alabama correctional institute. This story takes place in a nursing home. The narrator Paul is writing a book about when he was cell block captain in 1932. During the time he is writing his book

  • Green Marketing

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    3.5.2 Green Marketing Peattie, (1992) defined Green Marketing as: ‘The management process responsible for identifying, anticipating and satisfying the requirements of customers and society in a profitable and sustainable way.’ Even though this definition goes almost two decades back, the meaning of this discipline remains faithful to the previous idea, what has changed throughout these years is the fact that the environmental conditions have worsened and deepened, creating a stronger

  • The Ecchoing Green

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    is in William Blake’s work “The Ecchoing Green” which can be found in Blake’s Songs of Innocence. The important thing to recognize is that regardless of whether the poem is further complicated or simplified because of the image, the poem and its accompanying image are still evoking thought, and discussion from the reader. When reading the poem alone, without the engraving two different interpretations were found. The first one is that “The Echoing Green” is a detailed exploration on the cycle of

  • Green Witchcraft

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    Green witchcraft is a tradition, a path and a way of life but it is not Wicca. Green witchcraft is so named green because of the herbs that is used in the tradition, the Lord and Lady of the Forrest, It’s the color of the earth and its spirits and it’s an important color for those of the British Isles. The green witch follows the path that walks closely with mother earth. They use this color to represent green dye that they use to use. The men were allowed to go out and pick the plants but the women

  • “Pepsi Green”

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    “Pepsi Green” Question one A few of days ago I went to the grocery store to do some shopping and when I walked to the cereal section of the store I noticed a lot of different products on the shelf, there was Captain Crunch, whole wheat, honey nuts, honey nut cheerios and many others. Then I thought to myself which one do I want to get, and I was confused. Just like cereals, for every product there are many different brands which a consumer has to choose from. So, how does a company stand out, how

  • Green Computing

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    meningkatkan kesadaran masyarakat serta pengembang elektronik akan keberadaan E-Waste serta lebih mengembangkan Green Computing sehingga dapat menciptakan lingkungan yang lebih baik dan membuat teknologi yang lebih ramah lingkungan. 1.2 Ruang Lingkup Ruang lingkup yang akan saya bahas dalam laporan Topik-Topik Lanjutan tentang Green Computing ini antara lain sejarah Green Computing, Hubungan antara Green Computing dengan E-Waste apa itu E-Waste serta dampaknya kepada lingkungan, Aturan-aturan yang mengatur

  • Green permits

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    Green Permits Transferable discharge permits create an economic incentive to reduce pollution and exhibit many other advantages over the current command and control pollution regulation system. However, ‘green permits’ on a large scale would be difficult to allocate fairly, and the efficient economic outcome may not be the socially desirable outcome. Introduction to Green Permits 1. Green Permits as an incentive to reduce pollution: cost to pollute- tie up money induces costs/benefits of pollution