Do you mean like when two gas stations across the street from each other compete on prices? If you do, I guess you could consider that lowering prices means more driving. More driving = more pollution = bad for the environment.
If you mean the wars in Iraq… well of course, war is always bad for the environment. It is bad for the immediate environment for people and other living things. It is bad for the global environement in that it = deployment of people and equipment, consumption of materials, manufacture of materials etc.
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