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green@work : Magazine : Back Issues : July/August 2007

Cover Story

Greening the Office
Help the environment and the bottom line by instituting green practices in the workplace.

by Dennis Walsh



July/August 2007


Between Blue and Yellow
Green at Work

Newslines
Actions and initiatives worth noting

Building: A Green Education
A Wisconsin nature center’s sustainable building is teaching by example.
by Paul Von Paumgartten

Feature: Sustaining Good Design
Sustainable hospital designs are healing the planet as well as the patients.
by Michelle Halle Stern

CSR: Coke vs. Pepsi
Historic rivalry encourages “greening” competition between Coca-Cola and PepsiCo.
by Lisa Laitinen

Industry News: Charging Ahead with Recycling
A rechargeable-battery recycling program can be a great part of the green business model.
Special to green@work

CSR: Staying Responsible
Corporate responsibility reports can be used internally, as well as externally, to promote change.
by Rob Cameron

CSR: Exelon Takes the LEED
The power company is committed to reducing its carbon footprint through sustainable offices.
Special to green@work

Feature: The Greening of Corporate America
Small changes in small offices can make a big impact.
by Jim Rise

Frontlines: Finding Green Advice
Consulting company Sustainable Research Group hopes to help
others focus on sustainability.
Special to green@work

Cleantech: Going Clean
Using clean technology is predicted to be key to the next energy
revolution.
Special to green@work

Energy: Turning the Tides
Tidal power is attracting the
attention of businesses as the new renewable energy source.
by Burton Hamner

Corporate Acts: Google's Search for Green
The search engine giant uses technology to move toward sustainability.
Special to green@work

Agenda
Happenings on the environmental front


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