July / August 2010

July / August 2010 -MagazineCoverVolume 13, Number 4


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.” [Full story]

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. [Full story]

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. [Full story]

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. [Full story]

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. [Full story]

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. [Full story]

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. [Full story]

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. [Full story]


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. [Full story]


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

Computing efforts take to the clouds

Found Elsewhere
Where the building energy goes

Featured Video

Editorial Calendar

February 2021 Rebuilding Indiana’s Economy Outstanding Talent: Education and Workforce Development County Spotlight: Hamilton

May 2021 Best Places to Work in Indiana County Spotlight: Warrick

August 2021 Indiana Vision 2025: New Report Card Indiana Vision 2025: Dynamic and Creative Culture County Spotlight: Porter

Full Calendar

Premier Advertisers: