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green@work : Magazine : Back Issues : Sept/Oct 2003

Cover Story

Viewing the World through Brown's Eyes
As the world’s largest package deliverer, operating in more than 200 countries and territories, UPS has a much broader perspective of the planet than most of us. By virtue of the service “Brown” provides— door-to-door package and document pickup and delivery to cities, villages and neighborhoods, on average 7.9 million times a day— UPS provides a highly visible example of a corporation challenged to think globally and act locally.

By Penny S. Bonda and Katie Sosnowchik

Sept/Oct 2003

Between Yellow and Blue
Citizen Brown.


Actions and initiatives worth noting.

Single Bottom Line Sustainability: Doing Business on Purpose
Defining a company’s social purpose helps define its business strategy as well.
By Paul Gilding

Good Governance

Strengthening governance and protecting the environment.
By Mark Malloch Brown, Klaus Toepfer, Ian Johnson and Jonathan Lash

Global Warming:
Fact or Fiction?

The Pew Center for Global Climate Change weighs in on the controversial claim that the threat of global warming is an exaggerated assertion.

Special Section:
Curing the Green
Power Blues

Solar or wind? Geothermal or hydro? Biogas or biomass? If the endless complexities of green power options have you feeling confused, here’s some helpful advice to overcome this renewable energy malaise.
By Kevin Hagen

Special Section:
A New Leaf for the Paper Industry

A common vision identifies priorities to transform an industry.

New Perspectives:
Regulation and

Tapping innovation and creativity to preserve the commons.
By William McDonough and Michael Braungart

Conserving a Classic Resource

Three US BCSD projects link sustainable business practices to sound forest management.
By Callie Lasch and
William Burnidge

Read On:
What’s At Risk?

Two books detail in eloquent prose and stunning photography exactly what’s at stake in the natural world.
Reviewed by Richard Walthers


Happenings on the
environmental front.

Frankel-y Speaking:
California Dreaming

A little political ambition can be a frightening thing.
By Senior Columnist Carl Frankel

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