Automagically: Automatically in a way that seems magical.
Bargainous: Costing less than expected.
Big media: Primary mass communication sources, e.g., TV and the press.
Buzzkil: Person or thing that has a depressing effect.
Carbon credit: Permit allowing a certain amount of carbon dioxide emissions.
Carbon offsetting: Counteraction of CO2 emissions with a corresponding reduction.
Catastrophize: To present a situation as worse than it is.
Cheeseball: Lacking taste or style.
Chillax: To calm down and relax.
Eggcorn: Logical swap of words with similar sounds (from "egg corn" for "acorn").
Flyover states: Central regions of the U.S.
Frenemy: Friend with whom one has frequent conflict.
Gal pal: Female friend.
Green audit: Analysis of a business' environmental impact.
Green-collar: Of or relating to workers in the environmentalist business sector.
Hater: Negative person.
Homeshoring: Moving jobs to employees' homes (from "offshoring").
Hypermiling: Altering a car to maximize its fuel economy.
Locavore: One who primarily eats locally grown food.
Meme: Image, video or phrase passed electronically on the Internet.
Microblog: To post very short entries on a blog.
Overleveraged: Having taken on too much debt.
Own: To utterly defeat or humiliate.
Paywall: Arrangement whereby website access is restricted to paying users only.
Pimp: To make something more showy or impressive.
Rock: To do something in a confident, flamboyant way.
Sheeple: Unquestioning followers (from "sheep" + "people").
Social media: Websites and applications used for social networking.
Soft skills: Attributes that enable someone to interact harmoniously with others.
Toxic debt: Debt that has a high risk of default.
Truthiness: Quality of seeming true.
Turducken: Roast of a chicken inside a duck inside a turkey.
Webisode: Episode or short film made for viewing online.
Zombie bank: Insolvent bank that survives through government support.
Sources: Oxford Dictionary of English; New American Oxford Dictionary; Oxford English Dictionary; Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary.