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green@work : Magazine : Back Issues : May/June 2007

Cover Story

Stocking Sustainable Shelves
As retail giants such as Wal-Mart and consumer product companies like Coca-Cola make strides in reducing their environmental footprints, they—and many others—are finding payoff and customer satisfaction is growing.

by Dennis Walsh

May/June 2007

Between Blue and Yellow
Looking Back on Forward Thinking

CSR: Traveling Green
The hospitality industry is focusing more on reducing its environmental
footprint, and discovering that comfort does not have to be compromised to go green.
by Stephanie Hanson

Actions and initiatives worth noting

CSR: Reaching the Tipping Point
The Lifeworth Review of CSR developments in 2006 fuses two popular concepts on social beliefs and change to promote personal, corporate and societal transformation.
by Bill Baue

Industry News: Displaying the Effort
With the launch of a new sustainable modular exhibit system, Exhibit Design Consultants becomes the nation's first manufacturer of such a product. Special to green@work

Feature: It Starts at the Local Level
Our nation's cities, the building blocks of our society, are an
obvious place to begin to address the challenge of sustainability.
by Dennis Walsh

Building: Planning a Green Roof: A How-To
When considering a green roof, a number of decisions, processes and initial costs must be evaluated.
Special to green@work

Case Study: Leading by Example
One Virginia-based architectural firm is improving its all-around performance with the installation of a green roof at its headquarters.
Special to green@work

CSR: A Logical Step Toward Sustainability
SERA Architects in Portland, Ore., is an example of a company that not only emphasizes sustainability—it won't settle for anything less.
by Lisa Laitinen

Case Study: Sustainability Matters
Sustainability design starts at home, as one Wisconsin architecture firm demonstrates.
Special to green@work

CSR: The Hidden Benefits in the Forest
When considering forest-based products, corporate managers must think about environmental and social aspects, and ask six basic questions before purchase.
by Ruth Noguerón

Building: Saving the Planet, One Building at a Time
Facility managers have the power to make a significant impact on the long-term viability of the built environment within their
by Lisa Raffin

Happenings on the environmental front

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