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Dead Stock, to collectors, a pair of jeans with the original price tag that has never been worn or sold.

Debt-for-nature swap

Debt-for-nature swap is a device, the creation of Thomas Lovejoy, in which debts incurred by developing bought at a discount, and then forgiven in exchange for agreements from those nations to preserve natural areas.


Deconstruction Eco-Fashion Encyclopedia. Deconstruction is a term used on a concept introduced by Jacques Derrida in his book Of Grammatology in France in 1967.

Deep Ecology

Deep Ecology, In 1973, Norwegian philosopher and mountaineer Arne Næss introduced the phrase deep ecology to environmental literature.


Defoliant is a chemical-dust or sprays applied to plants to cause their leaves to drop off prematurely.


Deforestation is large-scale cutting of trees from a forested area, leaving bare areas susceptible to erosion.