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green@work : Magazine : Back Issues : Nov/Dec 2002

Cover Story

Future Vision

With his feet planted firmly in the realities of the present-day world, Toyota Motor Corp. president Fujio Cho looks hopefully to the future as he guides the global automaker in its pursuit of continued growth-expansion that will come, he says,because of-an aggressive environmental stance. the whole story >>

By Katie Sosnowchik
Cover and portriat photography by Jim Robinette

Nov/Dec 2002

Between Yellow and Blue
Imagine the potential..

Headlines: The Financial Consequences of Climate Change
UNEP argues that climate change-driven, natural disasters may wreak havoc across the world's stock markets and financial centers.

Actions and initiatives worth noting.

Timelines: Who's Responsible?
Exploring concerns and electronics recycling.

Commentary: Why Johannesburg Matters
What happened and didn't happen at the WSSD underscored one prevailing concept: the need for a shared vision and a new paradigm.
By Penny S. Bonda, FASID

Special Section: The Road Ahead
How can the present mobility trajectory be fixed to best move people and products in a sustainable future?

Special Section: Chemical Crossroads
A new business model helps point some chemical-intensive companies in the right direction.

Governing Green: Turning an eyesore Into an Asset
The Windy City takes control with its new Center for Green Technology.

Frankel-y Speaking:
Calling Big Daddy

Corporations need to do more than address our social and environmental problems. There’s also the “mental environment.”
By Senior Columnist Carl Frankel

New Perspectives:
Waging Peace with Intelligent Design

From the viewpoint of both sustainability and international relations, reliance on a single, non-renewable resource to fuel economic growth is a signal of a design problem. Here’s one strategy for building a strong support system for peaceful economic renewal.
By William McDonough and Michael Braungart

Happenings: Sunshine on the Mall
The Solar Decathlon brings a village—and a message—to Washington, DC.
By Penny S. Bonda, FASID

Ready, Set, Drive!
Challenge Bibendum helps power the advancement of cleaner and greener auto technologies.
By Karrie Laughlin

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