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green@work : Magazine : Back Issues : May/June 2002


Latest Cover Story

Waste Not, Want Not
By Katie Sosnowchik

A decade ago, C & A Floorcoverings embarked on a journey that has led to the concept of mining buildings instead of the earth. This approach has not only placed its environmental achievements front-and-center in an industry known for its fiercely competitive nature, it has also proved to be an enormously sound business
strategy as well. the whole story >>

May / June 2002

Between Blue and Yellow
A never-ending journey.

Headlines
Global trends reshape business strategies.

Newslines
Actions and initiatives worth noting.

Timelines
Measure your “footprint.”

Special Section: When Buildings Go Green
Ten projects underscore the
benefits of sustainable design and building practices—to people, the environment and the bottom line.

A Concrete Initiative
A wide range of issues are
related to the “glue” that holds together much of modern
society’s infrastructure.
By Dr. Barbara Dubach

Eco-Intelligence: Transforming the Textile Industry
Victor Innovatex, eco-intelligent polyester and the next industrial revolution.
By William McDonough and Michael Braungart

Innovation: DestiNY USA
One of the largest developments in New York aims to be one of the greenest, too.
By Penny S. Bonda, FASID

Choices: A Building With a Message, Part III
Fashioning a health sciences
center that represents the best
that sustainable design can be— in a place and at a scale to make the community take notice.
By Penny S. Bonda, FASID

Agenda
Happenings on the
environmental front.

Read On: Examining a Modern Paradox
The Love of Nature and the End of the World: An inspired meditation on our present predicament.
Reviewed by Richard Walthers

Frankel-y Speaking: Beneath the Surface
Sustainability has depth. Even the experts—especially the experts!— overlook this.
By Senior Columnist Carl Frankel


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