- n. Plural form of environmentalist.
“The god of the environmentalists is a helpless victim.”
“The one term environmentalists should probably deep-six, though, is "biological diversity.”
“The rest were greenwashing, a term environmentalists coined to refer to misleading environmental ads or claims.”
“Sustainability -- that's a term environmentalists, lawyers, philosophers and students of modern culture struggle to define.”
“Dana Milbank: The problem with environmentalists is that they say true things that are true.”
“My view of environmentalists is that they use the fixed-coefficients production function for long-term forecasting.”
“Remember it wasn't Democrats who invited Enron to the energy policymaking table while excluding environmentalists from the discussion.”
“Perhaps the most pervasive issue completely ignored by environmentalists is price.”
“And lest you discount Abbey as one of those "tree-huggin 'environmentalists" consider this: he wrote the introduction to the 1984 re-issue of Vance Bourjaily's "The Unnatural Enemy: Essays on Hunting.”
“Where are the negatives (?): Greed among some farmers and developers; internal conflicts, extortion and other negatives taken by or against governmental units; and certain environmentalists not understanding that the technology has eco-benefits?”
Looking for tweets for environmentalists.