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green@work : Magazine : Back Issues : March/April 2003

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The Arlington Way

Want to green your community? Arlington County, VA, can show you how.
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By Penny S. Bonda
Cover & Portrait Photography by
Jim Robinette

Mar/Apr 2003

Between Yellow and Blue
212 degree of Action

Headlines: The Color of Community Money
Green banking pays economic, environmental dividends at grassroots level.

Actions and initiatives worth noting.

Corporate Acts: Engage, Disclose and Act
The future of sustainable governance.
by Mindy Lubber

Single Bottom Line Sustainability: Darwinian Sustainabiltiy
Companies should embrace sustainability not just because its the right thing to do, but because it will help them defeat their competition.
by Paul Gilding

Lifelines: Run for Your (Planet's) Life
Here's one innovative idea to help stop global warming.

Special Section: Smarter Solutions
The GSA aims for a better environment by buying green, building green, saving green, driving green and managing green.
by Sandy Jones

New Perspectives:
Intelligent Materials Pooling

Evolving a profitable technical metabolism through a supportive business community.
By William McDonough and Michael Braungart

Happenings on the environmental front.

Two simultaneous and distinctively opposite meetings are vying for the title of the "leading" global forum. Which one will win?
by John Elkington & Seb Beloe

Innovation: Lessons from the Green Graveyard
Balancing green marketing, customer needs key to longevity.
by Jacquelyn A. Ottman

Frankel-y Speaking: Fear Factor
Courage can supply a competitive advantage for corporations bold enough to be leaders.
by Senior Columnist Carl Frankel

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