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Cities of Exuberance
Diverse, green, beautiful cities—reclaim the streets and revitalize your community. Summer 1999.
Who's stepping up to the climate challenge? Learn about getting past denial, creative direct action, global climate justice, carbon-neutral cities, transition towns and more. Winter 2010.
Is It Time to Close the Prisons?
A look into the prison-industrial complex: Why does the "home of the free" lock up 2 million men, women, boys, and girls—most of them poor people of color? Fall 2000.
Is the U.S. Ready for Human Rights?
The United States has lots of human rights, and the rest of the world needs more. A comfortable story that was once largely true. Now the country's headed in the wrong direction. Together we can turn it around. Spring 2007.
Making It Home
The mess left by the real estate crash isn’t cleaned up yet; many are still losing their homes. But here and there people are rewriting the rules of ownership, changing their expectations about what “home” means, and creating houses that are affordable and sustainable.
How Cooperatives Are Driving the New Economy
What if we all owned and oversaw the banks, by vote, and had a say in decisions made by retailers where we shop? What if we ran our workplaces without corporate CEOs? Here are stories of companies and communities where business is done by the people, for the people.
How To Eat Like Our Lives Depend On It
How to Eat Like Our Lives Depend On It
What Would Nature Do?
Industrial societies have spent several centuries trying to conquer nature. Instead, we’ve produced mass extinctions, climate change, and pollution. What’s a better way for humans to live on Earth? Nature is telling us, if only we would listen.
The YES! Breakthrough 15
Meet the justice warriors, eco-innovators, happiness architects, and change artists who are transforming the way we live.
End of Poverty
The gap between the wealthy and the poor widens daily in America. And the prevailing story says poverty is inevitable—a natural part of the human condition. In this issue we show how the richest country in history chose policies that create an impoverished underclass—and how different choices will end poverty.
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