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green@work : Magazine : Back Issues : May/June 2006

Cover Story

Greening Affordable Housing
The housing industry, along with cities across America, is starting to see the link between the goals of green building and those of affordable housing.

by Diane Greer

May/June 2006

Between Blue and Yellow
Building a Movement

Actions and initiatives worth noting

Marketing: Killing the Competition
Could a new, environmentally safer insecticide reinvent the way the market views its sometimes-dangerous mainstream alternatives?
by Holly Bornstein

Industry News: A True Energy Star
Haven Properties is named Partner of the Year for protecting the environment through energy efficiency.

Industry News: Partners in Green
Two Florida groups team up to promote housing easy on the wallet-and the environment.

Frontlines: Where the Sun Does Shine
Sun Microsystems is striving to take the pressure off the environment, one network server at a time.
by Jeff Orloff

Driving Toward Green: The Battle for the Moral Advantage
Corporate strategies placing a higher value on attributes such as cleaner air and reductions in fuel use are being taken very seriously by companies like Honda and Ford.
by Bruce Plasecki and Peter Asmus

Building News: What it Takes to LEED
The LEED process is detailed and comprehensive-here's what it takes to make a building green.
by John M. Rossi, AIA

Investments: Contrary to Popular Opinion
Some investors agree that the contrarian focus is consistent with SRI principles-and some say not.
by William Baue

Guest Column: A Friend and a Foe
Although plagued with a dark history, coal still remains a part of the United States' energy future.
by Dennis Walsh

Happenings on the environmental front.

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