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

Cover Story

Model T for a New Era

Powered by a supercharged hydrogen internal combustion engine, equipped with a hybrid electric transmission, enhanced by a host of advanced safety systems and pioneering green materials and processes, Ford Motor Co. has debuted the Model U, a concept car that Dr. Gerhard Schmidt, vice president of research and advanced engineering, describes as Ford’s “model for change.”
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By Katie Sosnowchik
Photography by Ford
Photographic/Sam Varnhagen

Jan/Feb 2003

Between Yellow and Blue
Rebuilding Trust with Transparency.

Headlines: Wanted: Global Partnerships
Achieving sustainable development for all is the greatest challenge.

Actions and initiatives worth noting.

Single Bottom Line Sustainability: Playing to Win Forget the notion of sustainability as a corporation’s moral
obligation. That’s not how it
plays the game.
by Paul Gilding

Corporate Acts: Responsibility Strategies
Engaging a vision for the future.
by John Gray and Susan Graff

Special Section: The Environment Vs. the New Economy
Consumers love their high-tech toys, yet they come with a high environmental price tag. Can consumers convince the electronics industry to go green? Some leading organizations say they can. Here's how.

Special Section: Truth & Transparency
The why and how behind world-class corporate environmental reporting.
by Gil Friend and Susan Russell

New Perspectives:
Design for the Triple Top Line

Positive aspirations, creativity and scientific rigor yield a new definition of product quality.
By William McDonough and Michael Braungart

Timelines: Unconventional Allies
How religious and environmental groups are partnering for the planet.

Read On
Books to take on the journey.
Reviewed by Richard Walthers

Happenings on the environmental front.

Frankel-y Speaking: Word Magic
We know the world through words - and can change it with words, too.
by Senior Columnist Carl Frankel

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