Volume 11, Number 4
Words That Work – and More
Frank Luntz is a noted political pollster who excels in communications and helping ensure the message is heard correctly.
Going Green and What It Means
Carbon footprint, sustainability, greenwashing. These are a few of the terms associated with efforts to protect the environment.
Making a Business Impact
Find out from leaders in ecological services, manufacturing, venture funding and the legal profession how and why the green movement is making a difference.
Companies on the Move
Businesses and their green initiatives: Dixie Chopper, Hoosier Organic Connection, Fineline Printing Group and Kroger Co.
Power Play in Place
No issue may be more central to the green movement than alternative energy sources. Utilities and industrial users weigh in on the topic.
Building a Different Structure
Those looking to lead the way are depending on LEED – Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. The impact of green building practices is widespread.
Getting a Green Start
Not all efforts to protect the environment require major funding. Find out economical ways to begin the greening process.
Campuses Stepping to the Forefront
Universities and their green initiatives: Purdue GreenBuild, Marian chemistry, Ball State council and Indiana curriculum.
Converting Reynolds to BioTown
Projections have exceeded progress in turning this White County community into a self-sufficient energy producer.
Indiana's Leaders: John Heimlich, Reynolds
Communities Taking the Lead
Cities and towns offer programs: Grassroots Green, South Shore Clean Cities, Greene County recycling and South Bend sustainability.
Industry Leadership and Technology Deployment
•North American Greenproducts are a part of national and international erosion control.
•GreenerWaya start-up effort to help monitor, control energy usage
Knauf Insulation and sustainability
Healthy and environmentally friendly