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green@work : Magazine : Back Issues : July/Aug 2003


Cover Story

Banana Split
Aside from producing two of the world’s favorite foods—ice cream and bananas, which just happen to work well together—Ben & Jerry’s and Chiquita are seemingly poles apart in every way. How is it then that these two ended up as co-winners of an award for sustainability reporting?

By Penny S. Bonda and Katie Sosnowchik
Cover & Portrait Photography by
Jim Robinette



July/Aug 2003

Between Yellow
and Blue

Proclaim the News

Headlines: What Would You Do?
A unique new e-tutorial helps employees close the gap between policy and practice.

Agenda
Happenings on the
environmental front.

Newslines
Actions and initiatives worth noting.

Timelines:Vital Consequences
A critical look at the global indicators that will shape our future.

Single Bottom Line Sustainability: Coming Soon:
The Campaigning Corporation

Imagining a world full of “privatized campaigning organizations”— companies that create value for their shareholders not while—but by—creating societal value.
By Paul Gilding

EnvironDesign®7:
Sustainability by Design

Each year both current events and the conference venue stamp EnvironDesign with its own
signature. Here’s how this year’s event played out in Washington, DC.
by Penny Bonda, FASID

Special Section:
The Equator Principles

Can these new guidelines deliver social and environmental
responsibility from banks? Financial institutions say yes, but social investors and NGOs wonder if the principles go far enough.
By William Baue

New Perspectives:
How Much Can We Give for All We Get?

Regenerative commerce and the new entrepreneurial spirit.
By William McDonough and Michael Braungart

Frontlines:
The 21st Century NGO: Poised for Change?

Are non-profits ready to undergo the same kinds of scrutiny about their independence and integrity as do the for-profit partners with whom they are increasingly
collaborating?

Paving the Way
Integrating sustainable design at the Pentagon.
By Michaella Wright

Corporate Acts:
Value through Action

The new US BCSD moves forward to deliver sustainable development progress in the U.S.
By Callie Lasch

Frankel-y Speaking:
Shades of Green

“Sustainable business” means different things to different people.
By Senior Columnist Carl Frankel


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