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academe the academic environment or life.
adventive not native to or fully established in a locale or environment, as a plant or animal. [2 definitions]
ambiance the distinctive character or mood of an environment; atmosphere. [2 definitions]
antipollution designed to decrease or stop pollution of the environment. [1/2 definitions]
chameleon any of a variety of lizards capable of changing skin color to blend with the environment.
chemical-free made or grown without and containing no added chemicals that could harm life or the environment.
condition (pl.) circumstances or features of one's environment, esp. as they have an impact on or determine a particular activity or process. [1/9 definitions]
convergence in biology, the development of similar structures in unrelated species living in the same environment. [1/4 definitions]
DDT a powerful pesticide, insoluble in water, currently restricted in the United States because of adverse effects on the environment; dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane.
ecesis the establishment of an immigrant plant or animal in a new locality or environment.
eco- habitat; environment; household.
ecocide the destruction of the environment or of ecological systems by indiscriminate exploitation of natural resources, dumping of chemical wastes, the use of defoliants and pollutants, and the like.
ecosystem a community of living things, together with their environment.
ecotourism recreational travel to areas of natural or ecological interest carried out in a manner that respects the visited environment.
element a compatible environment. [2/6 definitions]
emerge to rise up from or come out of a surrounding environment or substance. [1/3 definitions]
emergent rising up from or coming out of a surrounding environment or substance; emerging. [1/4 definitions]
environmental of or pertaining to the natural environment, and esp. to the ecological effects of altering it or attempts made to protect it. [2/3 definitions]
environmentalism the movement to protect or restore the natural environment, or the advocacy for major efforts to be made to achieve this goal.
environmentalist someone who works to protect the natural environment.
environmental law the body of laws concerned with protecting the environment from damage caused by human activity, as well as with preserving natural resources and enabling sustainable development.