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A highway’s an odd namesake for one of the world’s greenest CEOs. That thought occurred to Harriet Anderson Langford five years ago as she returned home from the state Capitol, where 18 miles of Interstate 85 southwest of Atlanta had just been named for her late father.

Ray Anderson, founder of Interface Inc., was renowned for his late-career conversion into a corporate-sustainability evangelist. So, that evening, as she relaxed on her porch in Troup County, Langford turned to her husband and asked, “Phil, have you ever heard of a sustainable highway?”

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