ecoflation
 n.— «The findings are based on “future analysis” of how much certain commodities will go up, including oil, cereal, soy and palm oil, and how they will fare under certain environmental, governmental policy and climate situations. The term used to describe these hypothetical scenarios is “ecoflation.”» —“Report Warns: ‘Go Green or Else’” by Elaine Wong Adweek Dec. 2, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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