1 [Arnold Schwarzenegger] The Germinator

Salter, Chuck
March 2007
Fast Company;Mar2007, Issue 113, p70
The article presents 50 businesses and individuals who have successfully incorporated social responsibility and global awareness into their profit-driven company. The number one spot is occupied by California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger for his effort to reduce global warming, U.S. dependence on foreign oil and to provide affordable health care for U.S. citizens. Schwarzenegger has initiated the California Global Warming Solutions Act, which mandates a reduction of carbon dioxide levels. In addition, Schwarzenegger has expanded funding for stem cell research.


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