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green@work : Magazine : Back Issues : Jan/Feb 2002


Latest Cover Story

Citizen Kraemer
by Katie Sosnowchik

It may seem a big leap from Little League coach to chairman and CEO of a $6.9 billion health care company, but Baxter International’s Harry Kraemer, Jr. doesn’t see it that way. The importance of balancing work-life issues—and the notion that it is possible to do well by doing good—are just two of the credos upon which Kraemer bases his leadership philosophy—beliefs that are widely communicated beyond the confines of his executive office to 45,000 team members in 100 counties worldwide. the whole story >>

Between Blue and Yellow
A Different Tune

Headlines: Setting the Standard
How reporting greenhouse gas emissions will change—
for the better.

Newslines
Actions and initiatives
worth noting.

Timelines: Teaming Up to Protect Land
Public/private sector partnerships may be conservation’s best defense.

Frontlines: Larger than Life
The full scope of sustainability hinges on leadership in the here and now.
by Ross Leonard

EnvironDesign®6
Sustainability in action in Seattle.

Special Section: Leader of the Pack
Recycled paperboard is becoming the preferred packaging among a broad range of industries.

Beyond Compliance
Environmental responsibility as competitive advantage.
by Mike Eskew

Eco-intelligence: The Promise of Nylon 6
This “eco-effective” material changed the carpet industry.
Now it calls for a shift in
sustainable design.
by William McDonough and Michael Braungart

Read On: The Fruits of Sustainability
Alan Heeks ponders the issue of worker sustainability.
Reviewed by Richard Walthers

Agenda
Happenings on the
environmental front.

Green Gateways
Cool sites and hot bytes on
the Internet.

Frankel-y Speaking: The Compassion Connection
Sustainability isn’t all cold policy.
by Senior Columnist Carl Frankel


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