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green@work : Magazine : Back Issues : Nov/Dec 2003

Cover Story

Start Your Clean, Green Engines
Sustainable mobility is one of the most vital matters facing a wide range of global constituencies: governments, business and industry, communities and consumers. The issues involved are broad and complex. Challenge Bibendum, the international clean car racing event, was designed to leave political and commercial agendas behind, says Michelin’s CEO Edouard Michelin. Indeed, the 2003 event continued to drive the dream that vehicles of the future can be clean, safe, reliable and fun to drive.

By Penny S. Bonda

Nov/Dec 2003

Between Yellow and Blue
Will Environmentally Friendly Purchasers Please Stand Up?

Headlines: Educating Effective Leaders

Six MBA programs are recognized for environmental and social impact training.

Headlines: Ascending Assets
Social investment assests continue growth despite a decline in "unscreened" world.

Actions and initiatives worth noting.

Single Bottom Line Sustainability: When Will the Citizen Mind Go Shopping?
Automakers claim a responsibility to consumer mind reality, but they better pay close attention to the citizen mind emerging.
By Paul Gilding

Special Section:
Can Gas Be a Thing of the Past?

We're not there yet, but many of the alternative fuels now being explored hold the promise of replacing traditional petroleum-based fuels-and the toxic fumes they emit.

Special Section:
Shifting Gears

Environmental factors and market forces are helping to impact what-and who-is steering the future course for the auto industry.

New Perspectives:
Between Biology, Technology and Culture

Building a cradle-to-cradle framework for the biotech debate.
By William McDonough and Michael Braungart

Businesses for Green Power

Corporate buyewrs commit to accelerating green power progress.

Chain Reaction

Improving the environment while providing value to the automobile supply chain.
By Rebecca Spearot and Gary Mayo

Lifelines: Shopping for a Better World
UNEP targets the retail and fashion industries as part of on-going efforts to promote "cool" green lifestyles.

Frankel-y Speaking:
Out of Box, Out of Mind

We have more power than we realize.
By Senior Columnist Carl Frankel

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