A bit of explanation for those not familiar with manga and anime : The Lovely Angels, Kei and Yury, are a duo of galactic troubleshooters who, like Bond, confronts various threats to galactic peace. However, in the course of their missions, they sometimes (well, often, in fact) causes more damages than the threat they were sent to stop (including the destruction of inhabited planets), which led to them receiving the not so flattering nickname of "The Dirty Pair" (which the two girls hate, even if it's not exactly undeserved). Well, in the movies, there were cases where Bond could be their inspiration.
Take Dr. No, for example : Bond confronts the titular villain in his own control room, and sends him to his doom by plunging him into his own nuclear reactor, thus causing a meltdown and the explosion of the base on Crab Key. He then goes on a cruise with the lovely Honey. Everything is fine, right ? Except that, if there was something that Chernobyl taught us, it's that a nuclear meltdown has dramatic and far-reaching consequences, and that (contrary to what the French government thought at the time) borders are no protection against radioactive particles. Which means that a good portion of the Caribbeans are now contaminated, and that the rate of cancers is going to grow exponentially. All that to make sure a rocket launch test goes off without a hitch.
I read that in a Cracked article once, and it made me think of the ending of TSWLM. Here, Bond causes two nuclear submarines, full to the brim with nuclear warheads, to send nuclear missiles at each other. Even if there's no land mass near each vessel, maritime trade is certainly going to suffer in the zones each submarine was (remember this : [url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daigo_Fukuryū_Maru"]en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daigo_Fukuryū_Maru[/url]
), not to mention fishing. Granted, less victims that if the nukes had reached their intended first target, but still...
And of course, there's the infamous "let's launch a car into a shop from a parking roof over a street in broad daylight" in TND (it's a miracle no one was hurt or killed by that stunt). But are there any others ? Remember, we're looking for moments when Bond did go overboard and caused a lot of destruction himself, not moments where the villains did it (they're villains, it's expected of them).