The buck stops... where?
DuPont is only one of the big companies who have called on Congress to take action on climate change, Nicholas Varchaver reports in the most current issue of Fortune. (See "Chemical Reaction")
Our Going Green special report also lists 10 companies that have gone beyond government regulations to operate in an environmentally responsible way.
If the private sector is leading the way on preserving the environment, does that mean the government is failing in its responsibility? Or are companies, which we expect to be more innovative and efficient than government, the best candidate for the job?
In its going green package in the April 2 issue, Fortune identifies 10 companies that are going beyond what the law requires to operate in an environmentally responsible way.
What companies did we miss? Should your employer have made the list?
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