Bioterrorism is a term used to describe the threat or use of biological agents by individuals or groups motivated by political, religious, ecological, or another ideological objective.
Compassion (Mettā (Pali) or maitrī (Sanskrit) means benevolence, is a word used to describe “feeling with,”
Darwinism is a term used to describe how Darwin’s (1809-1882) work influenced biology as well as philosophy as a whole and even economics and politics. His most well-known works include “the origin of species employing natural selection” in which it revolutionised our understanding of life on earth.
Dyeability is a term used to describe the ability of a fibre or textile fabric to be dyed.
Eco-efficiency was already in use in various ecological studies since beginning of the 1990s (Ehelich, Erlich 1991)
Ecosystem services is a term used to describe ecological processes or functions having monetary or non-monetary value to individuals or society at large.
Environmental Audit – A term used by companies to measure the ecological implications of their operations, particularly concerning pollution, legally as well as ethically.
Environmental Impact Statement is a quantitative and qualitative statement of a broad range of impacts (from ecological to social), whether direct, indirect or cumulative. It is usually a publicly available document prepared by a developer as part of a complete strategic tool for decision-making.