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[GreenYes] Re: Healthy Business Strategies report from Clean Production Action



Is this progress or is it greenwash (i.e. public relations)?

While McDonough's work is admirable and desirable, I sincerely believe that
we can not build an equitable and sustainable culture (i.e. economy) by
trying to green the Capitalist modus operandi.


MM


----- Original Message -----
From: "Monica Wilson" <mwilson@no.address>
To: "Greenyes List" <GreenYes@no.address>
Sent: Tuesday, June 27, 2006 12:06 PM
Subject: [GreenYes] Healthy Business Strategies report from Clean Production
Action


>
> A new report detailing how companies can and are moving from toxic
> chemistry
> to green chemistry is available at http://www.cleanproduction.org See
> especially the recommendations to business starting on page 47. This looks
> like a very useful tool if you're working with businesses to reduce and
> detoxify both onsite wastes and products (potential wastes-to-be).
>
> The report profiles innovations at:
> Kaiser Permanente (health care)
> Interface (fabrics and carpets)
> H&M (clothing)
> Herman Miller (furniture)
> Avalon (cosmetics)
> Dell (electronics)
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