'Green' as a reused, recycled, repurposed word throughout history

Does labeling something "Green" make it so? You can't dispute the fact that Green, even when describing a color, is an evocative word. It provokes passion, frustration, disputes, camaraderie, joy, the green-eyed monster, hope, blank stares, mere shrugs and so much more. I wondered how it became so divisive. Are we all listening to the same thing and hearing something different? Is the problem the word itself?

It depends on whom you ask, their culture, language, age, and upbringing. Since the 20th Century, new parents were introduced to the Green Movement as the outcome of consuming too many blueberries or green/blue/purple-colored drinks. No one warned them on the implications of food dye on poop color.