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10julaugJuly / August 2010

Volume 13, Number 4

Feature Stories

How Green Are We?
Google "shades of green" and you find an amazingly high number of color variations. The phrase also applies to the eco-friendly movement and its many initiatives. An independent voice offers some analysis on the "state of green."

Not Always Out With the Old
LEED has become a green poster child for new construction. But in some cases, experts say, preservation and renovation should take precedence.

Boosting the Skill Sets
Economic benefits of "green" include retraining workers to provide them with updated manufacturing abilities. A variety of programs and initiatives are doing just that.

Building the Business of Green
Conservation on the prairie; industrial church cleaning; delivering the goods; networking at a new level; and consulting on sporting events.

Ask the Experts
Four industry professionals tackle the new building certification system, offering their input on the evolving standards and advances that may be on the way.

Entrepreneurial Energy Efforts
From South Bend to New Albany, and from Lake County in the west to Portland in the east, organizations and individuals are working to help provide a strong energy future.

Catching Up on Campus
Franklin gains power from used fryer oil; DePauw seeks high sustainability standard; Valparaiso-IU Northwest student takes talents to the United Nations; and collegians living the green life at UIndy.

All Green All the Time
Television shows and a book bring her notoriety, but the environmentally friendly focus for Indianapolis' Sarah Snow is simply a way of life.

Indiana's Leaders
State of the Capital City
David Forsell brings passion and commitment to his role as leader of Keep Indianapolis Beautiful. The work of the organization leads to a unique triple bottom line benefit.
Getting to Know: Earthbound RV, Marion


Departments

President's Message
Saying goodbye to the green

Workplace Wellness
Colorful food choices

BizVoice® ReVisited
Postsecondary student preparations

Pass It On
Key workplace skill: listening

Technology
Computing efforts take to the clouds

Found Elsewhere
Where the building energy goes

July/August 2010 - Volume 13, Number 4

Feature Stories

How Green Are We?
Google "shades of green" and you find an amazingly high number of color variations. The phrase also applies to the eco-friendly movement and its many initiatives. An independent voice offers some analysis on the "state of green."

Not Always Out With the Old
LEED has become a green poster child for new construction. But in some cases, experts say, preservation and renovation should take precedence.

Boosting the Skill Sets
Economic benefits of "green" include retraining workers to provide them with updated manufacturing abilities. A variety of programs and initiatives are doing just that.

Building the Business of Green
Conservation on the prairie; industrial church cleaning; delivering the goods; networking at a new level; and consulting on sporting events.

Ask the Experts
Four industry professionals tackle the new building certification system, offering their input on the evolving standards and advances that may be on the way.

Entrepreneurial Energy Efforts
From South Bend to New Albany, and from Lake County in the west to Portland in the east, organizations and individuals are working to help provide a strong energy future.

Catching Up on Campus
Franklin gains power from used fryer oil; DePauw seeks high sustainability standard; Valparaiso-IU Northwest student takes talents to the United Nations; and collegians living the green life at UIndy.

All Green All the Time
Television shows and a book bring her notoriety, but the environmentally friendly focus for Indianapolis' Sarah Snow is simply a way of life.

Indiana's Leaders
State of the Capital City
David Forsell brings passion and commitment to his role as leader of Keep Indianapolis Beautiful. The work of the organization leads to a unique triple bottom line benefit.
Getting to Know: Earthbound RV, Marion


Departments

President's Message
Saying goodbye to the green

Workplace Wellness
Colorful food choices

BizVoice® ReVisited
Postsecondary student preparations

Pass It On
Key workplace skill: listening

Technology
Computing efforts take to the clouds

Found Elsewhere
Where the building energy goes