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green@work : Magazine : Back Issues : Winter 2006

Cover Story

Driving Toward Green
In the race to develop sustainable cars, who's winning—and why?

by Bruce Piasecki and Peter Asmus

Winter 2006

Between Blue and Yellow
Driving a Movement

Actions and initiatives worth noting

David Refkin: Subscribing to a Sustainable Magazine Industry
The director of sustainable development for Time Inc. is
leading the company's initiatives to reduce the environmental
footprint of the magazine industry.
by Diane Greer

State of Change
California has among the strictest auto emissions regulations in the country, and additional states are poised to follow suit.
by Jeff Orloff

When Old Becomes New
Regenerated scrap materials are becoming known as high-quality competitively priced raw materials.

Green Marketing: Going Green by
Taking Action

Companies should consider
direct-response marketing as a tool to motivate mainstream consumers to switch to green products and services.
by Holly Bornstein

Corporate Acts: The Top Five Socially Responsible Investing Stories of 2005
Mainstream acceptance of SRI and CSR strategies marked a good year for socially responsible investing.
by William Baue

Guest Column: The History of Environmentalism
How we got where we are today.
by Dennis Walsh

Happenings on the environmental

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