Define Environmental Meaning

Seventh world religion created in the decline of Christianity in the west (people like to believe in a good/bad scenario) and this sprang up in its place.

Pretty plants = Good
People = Sin
Demonic Being = CO2 (0.03% of Surface air)

Religious events include whatever Bob Geldof is plugging, BBC 6 O'Clock News (also known as climate change service)and of course, Earth Day.

On earth day it is customary for followers of Environmentalism to rearrange the solar panels on your roof in the shape of a peace symbol, and make everyone in your household bathe in the same tub full of water, then scoop out a big pot and boil it for soup - reduce, reuse, regurgitate.

Customs include making up numbers and global warming/cooling (depending on trends) and getting all evangelical about such stuff. The sole aim of environmental groups is to keep the world 'natural', or essentially keep Africa in the dark ages.
By Kelsy
To reinvent and/or renovate something so that it becomes environmentally friendly.

"I'm going to take this polluting vehicle and environmentalize it into a hybrid."
By Ginevra
Be Mental for the environment and having it being your primary concern from a very young age and acting on it in any way

Sheila is planting trees all the time, she is so environmental.
By Caressa
Disney Environmentalism
A form of environmentalism, based entirely on emotions, instead of science. Jumping to emotional conclusions, without even trying to understand the science behind what's going on. If your view of nature, look's like the forest from the disney movie bambi, that's disney environmentalism.

People say we should all live on green power, and organic food, but never think it through. You just can't keep 7 billion people fed, and warm that way. It's total disney environmentalism.
By Berenice
AP Environmental
The I-don't-feel-like-taking-a-science-class, science class.

Person: Hey, I'm taking Physics next year, you?
Person 2: Chem was brutal. I signed up for AP Environmental
Person: Sick.
By Thomasine
Environmentally Hot
An increase of attractiveness caused by inferior surroundings.

I'm usually not attracted to TJ, but at the computer seminar he was environmentally hot!
By Melania
Environmental Sustainability
The maintenance of the factors and practices that contribute to the quality of environment on a long-term basis.

Government: "Hey, how does your company use environmental sustainability"
Company CEO: "Oh, we have different limits on how much fish we can catch"
By Lexie
Gunpoint Environmentalism
Refers to environmentalism forced upon a group, company, or person or persons with the consequence of severe financial hardship in the event of non-compliance.

First coined by novelist Eric Shawn in his thriller The Power.

Example: California's (failed) laws governing the automotive industry requiring that a specified percentage of all cars on the road be zero-emission vehicles by a certain date. That is gunpoint environmentalism.

Example sentence: Congress' new bills providing grants only to farmers engaged in so-called "green" agricultural practices amount to gunpoint environmentalism as landowners scramble to comply.
By Marlo
Environmentally Challenged
A short person in a tall persons man made environment. Seatbelts, counter-tops, chairs, table heights, ect.
Similar to vertically challenged but without giving power to the self serving actions of the tall.

A pigmy taken from the jungle and placed in a New York landscape.

The change is environmental not vertical.
By Ulrike
Environmental Racism
Environmental racism is a type of discrimination where people of low-income or minority communities are forced to live in close proximity of environmentally hazardous or degraded environments, such as toxic waste, pollution and urban decay.

Cases of environmental racism have been documented around the world, with one of the first high-profile cases occurring in the 1980s in Warren County, North Carolina, when a hazardous waste landfill was constructed in the small, predominately African-American community.
By Anni