Fortune Magazine Recognizes "Green" Companies

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Fortune magazine keeps track of the wealthiest people and the largest companies, and now the publication is tracking environmentally aware companies in its new "Going Green" report.

Fortune's April 2 issue cites 10 companies "that go beyond what the law requires to operate in an environmentally responsible way."

The are: Honda, Continental Airlines, Suncor, Tesco, Alcan, PG&E, S.C. Johnson, Goldman Sachs, Swiss RE and Hewlett Packard. Separate stories also focus on Patagonia and DuPont, the magazine said.

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