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green@work : Magazine : Back Issues : November/December 2006

Cover Story

Beating America's Oil Addiction
Across the board, the automotive industry is taking steps to ensure that the United States will rely less on oil, and more on alternative fuels, in the near future.

by David Clayton Wells

Nov/Dec 2006

Between Blue and Yellow
The future of change.

Actions and initiatives worth noting

Cleantech: On the Other Hand
It's up to corporate America to come up with market-driven solutions to the country's oil addiction that will surely postpone-it not entirely change-the fate of the human race.
by Dennis Walsh

Cleantech: Honoring the Commitment
GM is putting its money where its mouth is concering sustainability with the release of the new Equinox Fuel Cell vehicle, as well as the manufacture of a LEED Gold facility.
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Cleantech: Changing the Way We Drive
Through clean-technology initiatives, diesel fuel is leading hte way America's path toward cleaner air.
by Hal Morgan

CSR: Fighting for the Greater Good
The Ford Foundation is waging a battle against the growing HIV/AIDS epidemic, hoping to reduce cases as well as increase economic growth.
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Sustainable Cities: From Supply to Demand
The values of heightened respect for the environment and prudent use of natural resources have become increasingly central in the transportation sector.
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Leadership Today: Driving Industry Sustainanility
Thanks to environmental initiatives from companies such as GM and Johnson Controls, the automotive industry is proudly going green.
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