Why are environmentally friendly things now called green instead of, say, blue?



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    Green is highly associated with nature. When you think of forests and grass and trees, you think of green. Those are the things that people are trying to protect.

    In many cultures green is the color for nature. “For example, Islam venerates the color, as it expects paradise to be full of lush greenery. Green is also associated with regeneration, fertility and rebirth for its connections to nature.” These types of views of “green” have sort of been translated to our green movement.

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    What with the vivid colours of leaves, green seems to be a natural inspiration for a movement and an ideology that supports the conservation of the environment — in all its greenery. It’s something that has stuck, like the identifying symbol of any popular movement.

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