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green@work : Magazine : Back Issues : January/February 2004


Cover Story

Putting the Healthy Back into Healthcare
Kaiser Permanente prescribes the need for healthcare that protects and enhances the environment and the health of patients, employees and communities. The long-term prognosis: a transformed healthcare industry.

By Penny S. Bonda



Jan/Feb 2004

Between Yellow and Blue
The Costs of Consumption.

Headlines: Can Solar Thrive?

What's needed to accelerate the solar energy industry.

Headlines: Beyond Kyoto
Examining the core challenges in advancing international climate change efforts.

Headlines: New Faces
First-time reporters make shortlist for sustainability reporting awards.

Newslines
Actions and initiatives worth noting.

Commentary: Going from Here to There
What will America look like in 2054? If the past is any indication, we can hardly imagine it.
By Penny Bomda

Special Section:
Watching Our Waste

Electronics waste-and hte regulation of it-is growing globally. Here's a look at some efforts designed to curb our expanding waste.

Green Design Beyond a Building
A green building signals a company's commitment to the environment, but often pays long-term dividends that go beyond initial expectations.
By Chris DeVolder, AIA

Innovation: Blending Solar and Architecture, Chicago-style
Two pavillions promote solar technology in the Windy City's "front yard"

Read On: A New Definition of Environmetalism
Inventing for the Environment searches for inventive solutions to ecological dilemmas.
Reviewed by Richard Walthers

Frankel-y Speaking:
Double Bind, Double Blind

We have more power than we realize.
By Senior Columnist Carl Frankel


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