Not for Web Tourist Listings: Okay, Tourists Can Look, Too; and Working Mother Magazine Lists Companies That Are Making Their Own Environmental Impact Statements

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Not for Web Tourist Listings: Okay, Tourists Can Look, Too; and Working Mother Magazine Lists Companies That Are Making Their Own Environmental Impact Statements


Sosnowski, Carolyn J., Information Outlook


NFT: Not for Tourists

www.notfortourists.com

Although you could buy a print edition of one of these travel guides, you'll probably be able to find what you need right here on the Web site ... especially since you can view and print the whole book from your computer. Of course, we encourage you to be green and copyright-friendly and download just what you need ... a map, restaurant descriptions, information about a landmark attraction. And, it's good to know where to find a gas station, a supermarket, and a bank ... even if you are just visiting. Subscribe to the "On Our Radar" feed to keep up with the latest discoveries. The best news of all: there is now a guide for Seattle, so you can plan your time in the city for the 2008 Annual Conference.

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2007 Best Green Companies

www.workingmother.com/web?service=vpage/1131

There have been a lot of stories in the media about going green; here's a resource from Working Mother. These 20 companies have been recognized for their efforts to run their businesses in a more eco-friendly way (telecommuting employees, renewable energy certificates for customers, financial support of green projects and community development). If you want to support these initiatives, use this list to guide your purchasing. However, you can also follow the examples these companies are setting to inspire green practices in your own organization.

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PC Magazine: Our 100 Favorite Blogs

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