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1 Next: surgical safety
2 Powerlist: credit unions
3 10 green ideas that will change the world
4 Greater good
5 Developing districts
6 Jeff Merkley hits the road
7 Change agents
8 Animal world
9 Flying high
10 Ranking green buildings
11 Saving today for tomorrow
12 Bright lights, big city
13 Staying afloat in rough waters
14 Paddle power
15 The nonprofit sector
16 Teachers' helper
17 Live, work, play: Charles Wilhoite
18 Green for green's sake?
19 Beyond the buzzwords
20 100 Best Green Companies to Work For in Oregon
 

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