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green paper

Paper money, especially in large amounts. Boy, I bet you had to lay down some serious green paper for that new sports car, huh? How much green paper is this repair job gonna cost me? Now, don't go shelling out all your green paper at once just because you've gotten your first paycheck.
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green paper

verb
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All stakeholders are invited to submit their views on the aspects not directly addressed in the green paper, including taxation issues.
The key proposals which form the foundation of the green paper include: Steps to speed up the complaints process, providing access to effective dispute resolution when something goes wrong and giving tenants more support in accessing the redress options available to them.
“We were hoping to see the Green Paper proposals in the New Year, but having already been delayed a number of times, we now fear that they have been shelved indefinitely.”
JUST a month after the opening of our new Library of Birmingham, the council has published a Green Paper which sets out the prospect of further significant cuts to the library service as well as the likely closure of some of the city's 39 community libraries.
The green paper invites stakeholders to give their opinions(1) by the end of 2013 on questions such as: the protection of European values and the interests of users (particularly concerning the protection of children and access for handicapped users), the single market and technological standards, which vary from one member state to another; the impact of convergence and changes in consumer behaviour on methods of financing films, television programmes and other content; and the opening and pluralism of the media.
Should it retain the objectives for reducing greenhouse gases (GhG), promoting renewable energies and energy efficiency, which were set in 2008 for the horizon of 2020?aThese are the main questions asked in a green paper on A 2030 framework for climate and energy policies', adopted on 27 March by the European Commission.
The European Commission has published a Green Paper on plastic waste to launch a structured discussion about how to make plastic products more sustainable throughout their life cycle and reduce the impact of plastic waste on the environment.
This summarises the common themes from 80 organisations' recent submissions to the Government's Green Paper on Vulnerable Children.
However, in a green paper on legal aid reform published in November 2010, the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) proposed that this was removed.
Mr Clarke will rule out scrapping short jail terms, however, while a Tory pledge to make judges set minimum and maximum sentences will not be included in the Green Paper, the newspaper reported.
You will need: Scraps of red paper (tissue, wrapping, junk mail etc) Small scrap of green paper PVA / White glue Paper plate Method: Cover the back of the paper plate with glue.
Defence Secretary Bob Ainsworth will publish an interim green paper on the issues to be covered early next year, with a view to holding a full strategic defence review early in the next parliament.
The Green Paper, and the White Paper that follows it, will become a government document, stipulating the future policy on the management of the coast, conservation and sustainable development, and from which possible legislation may be drafted.