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Money: Print your Own!
Our real wealth—our health, well-being, communities, natural systems, even our productive capability—is being compromised by what we mistakenly take to be wealth: money. What would happen if we redesigned money? Spring 1997.
Create Your Own!
Thomas Berry called for a story to replace the one that motivates the destruction of Earth's ecosystems and communities. These new stories penetrate what it means to be human, our ways of welcoming new life, and our beliefs about what we will leave behind. Spring 2000.
Our Planet, Our Selves
Michael Lerner on the emerging environmental health movement, kids and chemicals, and bringing fresh food and gardens to a toxic and poverty-ridden area. Spring 2003.
Making peace in Ireland, South Africa, Israel, and Iraq, making peace with former spouses, restorative justice, and the Natural Step Nuclear insecurity. Fall 1998.
Power of One
Tips for transformational leaders, finding your calling, people who orient their lives around the common good, and an interview with Marin Espada. Fall 1999.
Presidential candidates seem to be distancing themselves from politics-as-usual, or are they? This issue contains stories about people who aren't waiting to find out. They're setting their own agenda for America, one that doesn't fit into the neat categories of Red and Blue. Fall 2008.
Reclaiming the Commons
Jonathan Rowe, David Bollier, and Kari McGinnis discuss the hidden commons while Donella Meadows explores your share of the global commons. Summer 2001.
Even with climate change and growing populations, there’s enough for everyone if we work together toward these 3 big ideas: keep it clean, use it wisely, and share it fairly.
NASA climate scientist Jim Hansen says we have 10 years to turn global warming trends around. The question now is what can we do—that is up to the scale of the crisis? This issue of YES! shows that solutions are within reach. Spring 2008.
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