green GDP
 n.— «Work on the natural resources satellite accounts was given added impetus and extended in scope in 1993 when President Clinton, as part of his April 21 Earth Day address, gave high priority to the development of “Green GDP measures [that] would incorporate changes in the natural environment into the calculations of national income and wealth.”» —“Integrated Economic and Environmental Satellite Accounts” by J. Steven Landefeld, Carol S. Carson Survey of Current Business Apr. 1, 1994. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)